Photo Courtesy of Torn The Fuck Apart
Today we have a new track to shred your faces, “A Statement of Malicious Intent” from Torn the Fuck Apart’s forthcoming album, Kill.Bury.Repeat. out October 6 via Gore House Productions.
The Kansas City-based band are known for a full-on, brutal approach, and this new track is no exception. This is the second single released from the anticipated full-length, and it proves the band are not slowing their roll at all, as it pummels through fast and furious. The lyrics deal with real-life events from 1997 in North Hollywood.
“’A Statement of Malicious Intent’ is inspired by the true events of the Hollywood shootout on February 28, 1997. The shootout is considered one of the bloodiest shootouts in the history of the United States police force. More than 2,000 rounds were fired, and Larry Phillips Jr. was shot nearly a dozen times. Emil Matasareanu was shot several times in the legs and bled to death a short time later.”
The band worked with Robert Rebeck of Origin on engineering and producing the record. Preorder or presave the album here.