Spine will be hitting the road this fall with Regional Justice Center and Devil’s Den
Spine will be hitting the east coast this April with Fixation and Rule Them All. See dates below…
4/26 @ Al Dios No Concido in Providence, RI
4/27 @ Brewhause Pub in Lindenhurst, NY
4/28 @ Release Party in Philadelphia, PA
SPINE are hitting the road in February in support of their latest album Faith. Joining them will be Regional Justice Center and Harm Done, with Sex Prisoner on select dates.
SPINE have announced a run of shows next month in Texas in support of their new album 'Faith'. See dates below:
9/14 San Antonio, TX
9/15 Houston, TX
9/16 Dallas, TX
Revolver Magazine is premiering the first track from the upcoming Spine album 'Faith', in stores June 15th. "Warm Now Cold" premieres in conjunction with a music video filmed by Adam DeGross. Check that out HERE.
Pre-orders for 'Faith' are also live now in the B9 Store. Choose from 3 vinyl variants + new merchandise. Pre-order your copy HERE.
Kansas City's SPINE return with their second full-length album, 'Faith'. Recorded by Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recordings (Weekend Nachos, Foundation, Harm's Way) in Chicago, IL. SPINE continue seamlessly blending the sounds of NYHC ala Youth Of Today, Cro-Mags, and Agnostic Front with the whiplash speed and intensity of bands like Infest and Siege. With multiple EPs and a full length record already under their belt, these 9 brand new songs are SPINE's hardest and most focused material to date. 'Faith' hits stores on June 15th 2018. To sign up for pre-order notifications, head to b9store.com/spine
2. Warm Now Cold
3. Drawing Lines
4. Crumbling Mind
6. Your Reason
7. Time To Grow
8. My World's Corrupt
Bridge Nine Records is thrilled to announce that the midwest powerhouse hardcore band SPINE will be releasing new music with the label in the coming year. Veterans of the scene, SPINE features members of Weekend Nachos, Sorry Excuse, Blindside USA and Keef Mountain, and the band has released several demos and splits on Bad Teeth Recordings. SPINE has toured across North America and have played seminal hardcore music festivals such as FYA Fest, Damaged City Fest, and Midwest Blood Fest, and putting out a full-length on Bridge Nine seemed like the next logical step for the band. Drummer John Hoffman commented, "We've previously done a few 7"s, a split, and our 1st album all on my label Bad Teeth Recordings. Bridge Nine will be the first opportunity we've ever had to work with another label. Everyone at B9 seems as excited as we are to release the long-awaited second SPINE album. We're very grateful for the signing."
Hailing from Kansas City, respectively, SPINE play the type of hardcore that’s unforgiving and uncompromising. The band takes a unique perspective on the genre, fusing late 80’s youth crew inspired punk such as Youth of Today and fuses it with the grit influenced by bands such as Despise You and Think I Care. Needless to say, SPINE will feel right at home on Bridge Nine.
SPINE will finish writing their sophomore LP this summer and it will be “…a slight departure from our earlier records, but in the best way possible. I've just been listening to a lot of Cro Mags while writing for it, if that matters to anyone,” commented Hoffman. Following the completion of their LP, SPINE will tour both the east and west coasts around the album release. Look for more news and information to surface soon. In the meantime, check out SPINE on Facebook and Bandcamp.