Featuring the vocal stylings of The Glasspack‘s “Dirty Dave” Johnson repurposed onto a brash, aggressive punk sound, Louisville, Kentucky’s The Decline Effect will reportedly have a debut full-length ready for release by the summer. Tentatively-titled The Land of -Isms, the record has been put to tape — yes, actually tape — by Kent O’Bryan and will be mastered by none other than Jack Endino. The Decline Effect is Johnson on vocals alongside guitarist Mark Abromavage (ex-Kinghorse), bassist Chris Abromavage and drummer Jae Brown.
More to come as they get closer to the release, but if you’ve got a minute — won’t take much more than that, they work quickly — the band put up a rough-mix trailer for the album a while back featuring the songs “Swine,” “Divide and Conquer” and “Superstructure,” which you can find below:
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