NewsMay 22, 2013 10:51 AM ET7,745 views

Deathwish to release Harm Wülf (Blacklisted) debut

Deathwish Inc. has announced plans to release the debut album from Harm Wülf, the solo vehicle for Blacklisted frontman George Hirsch. Here's the official pitch from Deathwish:
Harm Wülf is the bedroom musical entity of G. Hirsch, known for his moving lyrical and vocal contributions in Philadelphia's Blacklisted. Harm Wülf's debut album is a collection of songs which touch upon the dark and rustic themes of solitude and aging disappointment. Inspired by a wide range of artists: from the tranquil resonance of Low, rhythmic acoustic strumming of Strength Through Joy and the ascending power of Angels Of Light, to the insular, grotesque Americana of Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O'connor. Most times sparse and austere, others apocalyptically orchestrated, Harm Wülf has the sound of something long since missing.
In case you didn't read that, here's a summary: this is NOT hardcore music. Have a listen: A release date has yet to be scheduled, but you can catch Harm Wülf live at the following shows: 5/26 Philadelphia, PA @ Gunnars Run 6/7 Berkley, CA @ Gilman St. 6/8 Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo 6/9 Santa Ana, CA @ Unit B



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