Berthold City (Strife, Internal Affairs, Allegiance) stream debut album
Straight edge hardcore from Los Angeles, California
When Words Are Not Enough, the debut LP from Los Angeles straight edge hardcore band Berthold City, will be released tomorrow, March 18. In advance of its release, we're streaming the entire outing below.
Formed in 2017 by vocalist Andrew Kline (Strife, World Be Free), Berthold City's line-up is rounded out by guitarist Dennis McDonald (Internal Affairs), drummer Adam Galindo (Abrasian, One Choice), bassist John "Eightclip" Jenkins (Allegiance), and guitarist Dave Itow (The Mistake). When Words Are Not Enough was recorded and mixed by Nick Jett (of Terror) and features cover art and design by Jeremy Dean.
"It seems like it was such a long time ago when we started working on these songs, and I can't wait to share them with the world," says Andrew Kline. "We worked really hard to craft the best HC record that we could... A record that was influenced by our favorite bands that came before us, but still fresh enough to connect with the new generation. This is one of my favorite records that I have ever been involved with, and I hope you feel the same."
When Words Are Not Enough will see release through Kline's own WAR Records on March 18th, digitally, on CD, and on multiple vinyl variants including 25 test presses, 100 Glow In The Dark with Japanese OBI Strip (WAR Records Exclusive), 200 Orange Splatter (WAR Records Exclusive), 200 Green in Ultra Clear (Merchpit Exclusive), 200 Gold (Coretex/Programme exclusive), and 300 Tricolor Swirl (RevHQ exclusive).
Stream Berthold City's When Words Are Not Enough here: