ACCIDENT PRONE‘s Deep Wound Red was produced by Lee Dyess (Against Me!, From First to Last, Evergreen Terrace), mastered by Brad Boatright (Oathbreaker, Code Orange, Full Of Hell), and completed with artwork by Rusty Painter.
With the release of “Spring Loaded To Self Destruct,” ACCIDENT PRONE vocalist David P. offers, “It’s about somebody thinking that they can be wishy-washy with you but deciding it’s not worth your time.” Bassist James B. adds, “I remember our guitarist James D. first demoing this track and having some of the riffs stuck in my head; it’s catchy. This song is fun to play live to me mostly because it’s the least technical, so we can comfortably get into it and move around a little bit when we play it.”
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ACCIDENT PRONE will independently release Deep Wound Red on CD and digital August 23rd. Find digital preorders where “Despairado” is also streaming HERE and watch for CD preorders shortly.
Having just returned from an extensive summer tour, ACCIDENT PRONE is booking new tour dates in conjunction with Deep Wound Red, with several dates preceding its release already booked, and more being confirmed.
ACCIDENT PRONE Tour Dates:
8/11/2018 Spinelli’s Downtown – Louisville, KY
8/12/2018 The Raven Inn – Baltimore, MD
8/14/2018 The Art Center – Butler, PA
Formed in late 2011 by a group of high school friends, ACCIDENT PRONE began their journey by traveling out of town to play shows as often as possible soon after their local debut. After a string of EPs, a split, a full-length record, and several lineup changes, the band fully honed-in on their blend of modern hardcore and spastic metalcore, culminating with the release of their 2016 EP, Love. Hate., produced by Andreas Magnusson (Oh, Sleeper, The Black Dahlia Murder, Scarlet).
ACCIDENT PRONE has continued to develop as musicians and songwriters by reaching a new apex on their new release, Deep Wound Red, exhibiting the band’s savagely unique guitar riffs and seething, aggressive vocals layered on top of the technical, crushing rhythm section. Even as they’ve strayed into new territory with a refreshing display harmonious melodic sections, ACCIDENT PRONE has continued to stay true to their hardcore roots with an attitude and intensity matched by few in the current DIY scene.