Tension Span, the new group featuring Noah Landis (Neurosis, Christ On Parade), Geoff Evans (Asunder), and Matt Parrillo (Dystopia, Kicker) have announced details of their debut album.
Recorded during the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the trio are set to release The Future Died Yesterday, on September 30 via Neurot Recordings.
Recorded by the band and mixed by Landis, The Future Died Yesterday was mastered by Bob Weston and Greg Obis at Chicago Mastering Service. The band have also shared two tracks, the title track and The Crate Song which you can listen to below.
The band comment on The Future Died Yesterday:
“In the eighties and early nineties, young punks gathered in Oakland, California’s abandoned urban spaces, shared punk houses, and small clubs to create community and raise their voices against the injustice and brutality that surrounded them. Complex images drawn on fliers were passed from hand to hand and posted on walls. Songs screamed out behind closed doors were captured on cassettes. The underground was a world of its own, a tightly knit cohort united by the need to transform rage into art, an emotional alchemy that was both earnest and reckless. A visual and sonic language emerged, and thirty years on, it still has the power to speak the truth.”
The Future Died Yesterday track listing:
- Cracked Society
- The Future Died Yesterday
- The Crate Song
- Covered In His Blood
- Problem People
- I Have To Smile
- Human Scrapyard
- I Can’t Stop This Process
- Didn’t See It Coming
The Future Died Yesterday will be released on LP and all digital platforms, with the LP jackets screen-printed; a 3-panel fold-over cover, black and white inks printed on thick chipboard stock.