The Junta "High" from J3M30 "Howlin' Wolf" singleKim Salmon and the Surrealists "Intro/I Think I Cracked This Thing" from Rantings from the Book of SwampMark Snarski "I Salute Your Squalls" from Such Are The Sounds Of TrainsDave Graney 'n' The Coral Snakes "A Deal Made For Somebody Else" from My Life On The PlainsScattered Order … Continue reading Aural Delights 405
Category: Reserving Dirtnaps
Since their 2013 formation, RESERVING DIRTNAPS has expelled their harsh alloy of death metal/grind influences and breakdown-strewn metallic hardcore, inspired by the likes of Hatebreed, Cold As Life, Death Threat, Merauder, and Napalm Death. The band released their self-titled EP in March 2014 and instantly began to pick up across their local region, playing live regularly.
2016 saw the release of their second EP, Part II, as the band began to hit on a more widespread national level, performing well beyond their local scene. In 2017 and 2018, the band played several reginal tours surrounding performances at notable fests, including the mighty This Is Hardcore in Philadelphia, Mutants Of The Monster in Little Rock, Hard Times in Laredo, and Flyover in Tulsa. Additionally, in 2018 RESERVING DIRTNAPS released Look at Us Wrong, a collaborative album with renowned rapper Tom Skeemask.
Their busiest year yet, 2019 saw RESERVING DIRTNAPS touring throughout the year on multiple tours across the country alongside the likes of Capitol Offense, Purgatory, Paper Trail, No Option, Kharma, Adrenaline, and others, which led them to the doorstep of WAR Records. This new cooperation led to the creation of the band’s most brutal material yet, their impending Another Disaster EP.
Brand Pearce – vocals
Paul Doherty – guitar
Aaron Winter – bass
Zach Callis – drums
Memphis, Tennessee-based brutal metal/hardcore outfit RESERVING DIRTNAPS release their new EP, Another Disaster, in August via WAR Records. Recorded at A.B. Recordings in the fall of 2019 by Alan Burcham, long considered an unofficial member of the band, Another Disaster captures the Memphis unit in top form, churning out blast after blast of extremely heavy … Continue reading Another Disaster