Regular readers of No Echo might remember the last time we checked in with Drill Sergeant was last year. At the time, our very own Adam Yoe reviewed the Philadelphia-based hardcore outfit's debut album, Vile Ebb.
"Still sipping from the same fetid well that gave us power violence royalty Infest, No Comment, Man Is the Bastard, and Crossed Out; Drill Sergeant also dabble in the cold and echoey remove of post-punk in both their cavernous sound and the damaged guitar lines," read his write-up.
Today, we're covering "A Knife That Cuts," a track from Drill Sergeant's forthcoming follow-up EP, Grim New War.
Opening the 7-inch with the song makes total sense as it rips through with focused speed and vitroil, bringing to mind Foreseen in its ferocity:
Featuring artwork by Samuelito Cruz, and tracked and mixed by Zach Miller at Landmine Studios Trenton, New Jersey, Grim New War will be out on January 20th via Refuse Records.
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