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Good Fight Music signs Nasty

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 11:23 AM PT


Official press release:

Fresh off the release of Old Wounds' new EP, Death Projection, and the signing of The Banner, Good Fight Music announces it will team up with Belgian band Nasty for the North American release of its next album.

Formed a decade ago in La Calamine, Belgium, Nasty has released four albums to date and has toured the world exhaustively, playing almost every country in Europe, as well as the US, Brazil, Japan, China and South Korea. In the past year alone, Nasty has toured with Suicidal Tendencies, Terror, Strife, Madball, Deez Nuts, and more.

Nasty's fifth album, as yet untitled, will be released in North America on Good Fight Music in 2015. Expect unrepentant breakdowns and Belgian-accented mosh incitements.

Stream "Lying When They Love Us," a track off the album:





Good Fight founder Carl Severson states: "Good Fight was born out of the hardcore scene and we embrace that. There are a number of young bands with a fresh take on hardcore right now and Nasty really stood out to us. After their recent European tour with Terror, we'd heard they were great dudes as well. We are lucky to have the opportunity to work with them."

Nasty frontman Matthi adds: "We are very happy to have Good Fight as our new home and partner for North America. We are already feeling at home."


9 comments


anonymous
9/30/2014 2:20:30 PM
heavy shit!

9/30/2014 3:52:58 PM
Van Damme is stoked.

anonymous
9/30/2014 5:13:49 PM
That was basically a two minute breakdown and the mix is terrible. Vocals were way too loud and it sounded like it was recorded in a dumpster.

anonymous
9/30/2014 5:29:06 PM
^ says the pretentious musical guru.

anonymous
9/30/2014 5:41:33 PM
To the person bashing on the production you are a complete dumbass. Since when does every single song need to sound perfect in the world? You retard.

anonymous
9/30/2014 5:52:12 PM
its called beatdown stupid.

anonymous
9/30/2014 6:03:23 PM
right, so because it's "beatdown" must mean it's good. Also, the production doesn't have to be great, but it shouldn't sound so bad.

9/30/2014 6:42:24 PM
their last LP was ignorantly heavy, I suspect this will be as well. good for them.

anonymous
9/30/2014 8:29:50 PM
Its called beatdown because it incorporates breakdowns and here you are popping off " that was a 2 min breakdown blah blah... Then you go into the production no one give two shits about that when it comes down to seeing a band like this live its always going to sound the same. I'm tired of punks thinking bands have to use all of the newest production garbage. Its overproduced and can't be replicated live. Shit is for pop metal.