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Dear Furious 'Ghost Writer' song premiere

6/20/2017 10:11:58 AM

Hardcore lifers Dear Furious stream a new track featuring James Hart (18V).
Dear Furious band

Southern California act Dear Furious hasn't been together for particularly long, however, the collective hardcore punk band experience of its members spans decades. Launched in 2016, the metallic hardcore group features vocalist Isaac Golub (A Chorus of Disapproval, A18), guitarist Mike Hartsfield (Outspoken, Strife), drummer Matt Horwitz (Adamantium), bassist Marc Jackson (Throwdown), and guitarist Brian Manry (Mean Season). Pummeling riffs, bruising vocals, and incisive lyrics permeate their output.

Today we're premiering a new track from the band titled "Ghost Writer." The song features guest vocals from James Hart of Eighteen Visions and can be streamed below.

Have a listen, and be sure to keep up with Dear Furious through Facebook. If you're interested in seeing the band in the flesh, they'll be playing their first show on July 2 at Rev Fest in Riverside, CA (alongside Gorilla Biscuits, Judge, and more).

anonymous   posted 6/20/2017 3:27:54 PM
Song would of been better without the 18 vision singer .
anonymous   posted 6/20/2017 4:09:47 PM
Great lineup but I just can't get into the music for some reason .
anonymous   posted 6/21/2017 12:26:42 AM
Pretty rad lyrics. A couple of the fast songs are better. How do older dudes keep doing this to their throats. I'll be there on the 2nd.
anonymous   posted 6/21/2017 9:51:44 AM
I agree it's good, but the young kids have no respect for the older guys coming back starting new bands. This is better than any of the new stuff out now. What label is picking this up?
anonymous   posted 6/21/2017 1:13:39 PM
James vocals sound like Brokencyde...totally not needed.
anonymous   posted 6/21/2017 5:00:55 PM
Why would they get the singer from 18V? People into 18V wouldn't listen to this type of hardcore . I think DF loses scene points for this and took a step back. With a line up like this, you don't need a guest singer . You were better off getting the singer from Terror or something.
anonymous   posted 6/22/2017 7:40:18 AM
21 and over bars and clubs are happy.