Track Premiere: L.M.I. – ‘Dead Channel Thirst’


Philly-area punks L.M.I. have been thrashing around the underground since 2010, mixing punk, hardcore, sludge and stoner metal on numerous releases over the years. Their new album, Failed to Feel It, is the heaviest and most chaotic L.M.I. have ever sounded, the Lansdale trio, reveling in bursts of noisy punk, gnarly sludge and Converge-esque hardcore, like you can hear on the band’s first single, “Dead Channel Thirst.”

“’Dead Channel Thirst’ is about the idea of constantly falling short of what you want and no matter how hard you work it will never be enough,” L.M.I. tell Decibel. “It also has to do with the idea of being stuck in an environment that is constantly pushing you down and making you feel less than. In turn making everything around you seem like a compromise of some sort.”

That sense of frustration is tangible on “Dead Channel Thirst,” with L.M.I. pushing the volume to noise rock levels. The vocals are searing and the trio switch on a dime from discordant melodies to squalls of harsh, noisy punk. You can check the new song out below and pre-order it digitally below, on CD via Horror Pain Gore Death and cassette via Astralands.

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