The Armed, Detroit’s Hardcore Collective Makes Perfect Hardcore Song For Apologies

If I’m not mistaken, I’ve heard “I’m sorry” more than once on this record. Suitable. In any event, The Armed, or The MF’in Armed as I like to call them, just released this sick ass hardcore record called “Paradise Day”, and this wicked musical arrangement is apart of the band’s forthcoming album titled, Untitled. In case you couldn’t realize, I am looking forward to June 23, so I can get this thing for my personal mischief. In other words, if you’re naughty like me, you’d send this shit to the inbox of the last person you pissed off — and they might love you forever — whether they don’t or they do, subsequently, thank The Armed.

Fun Facts: Features drums from Nick Yacyshyn (Baptists / SUMAC) and was recorded by Kurt Ballou of Converge.

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