Currently out on the road with Knocked Loose, The Acacia Strain, Sanction and Higher Power, metallic hardcore outfit Harm’s Way have just surprised their fans in more ways than one.
Today, not only has the Chicago act released a new surprise four-track EP but, to the shock of some listeners, the material on the EP is all electronic-based. Dubbed PSTHMN, Harm’s Way’s newest release is an epic remix EP featuring new renditions of previously released Harm’s Way material from the likes of Justin Broadrick, Andrew Nolan and more.
Speaking about the new Metal Blade release, the band commented, “PSTHMN is the evolutionary counterpart to our 2018 full-length release, Posthuman. It includes four remixed and reinterpreted tracks by artists that have continually inspired and influenced the band throughout its tenure. These artists include Justin Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu, JK Flesh), Andrew Nolan (Intensive Care, The Endless Blockade, Column of Heaven), and Sanford Parker (Mirrors For Psychic Warfare, Corrections House). Additionally, the release includes a reimagined version of the track ‘Unreality‘ by our very own bassist, Casey Soyk.”