Stoploss: Members of Shipwreck A.D., The Fake Boys Tear Sh*t Up on “Mark it Zero” (PREMIERE)

Photo: Coleman Rogers

For the past decade, Stoploss have been cranking out their own take on no-nonsense hardcore. The Massachusetts band features musicians who have played in such bands as Shipwreck A.D. and The Fake Boys, Stoploss create an abrasive sound that can be compared to the likes of Negative Approach, Blacklisted, and No Tolerance. You can't go wrong with that kind of sonic DNA, my friends.

This month, Stoploss will be unleashing their first full-length LP in the shape of a beast called Wander. Defy. Relent. Decay. Like the Napalm Death dudes would say, No Echo is chuffed to bring you the premiere of "Mark it Zero," a track from the forthcoming album:

"The record is a reflection of the times gone wrong, not of the world at large, but the internal strife that wreaks havoc on the individual and surrounding relationships; doubt, excuses, outstanding debts, and the 9-5 march toward a spiritual death," Stoploss say about Wander. Defy. Relent. Decay. 

No Echo got an early stream of the entire record and we can report that "Mark it Zero" is just the tip of the iceberg. If Stoploss can start playing out again once this pandemic nightmare subsides, it would be an amazing thing to see them deliver this brutal content in a live setting.

Photo: Petra Dollet

Wander. Defy. Relent. Decay. will be available digitally May 22nd; vinyl available July 17th. Both can be pre-ordered via Bandcamp.


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