Hot Water Music post new song
2011-07-20 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 22 Comments

Reunited Florida punk band Hot Water Music have premiered a new song entitled 'The Fire, the Steel, the Tread' on Soundcloud.

'The Fire, the Steel, the Tread' is taken from the The Fire, The Steel, The Tread / Adds Up To Nothing EP, their first full release since 2004's The New What Next.

http://soundcloud.com/reybee/hot-water-music-the-fire-the/s-yA60v

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fractured
July 20th 2011
366 Comments


SHITYEAH!

Hep Kat
July 20th 2011
15351 Comments


how punctual

FilupLees
July 20th 2011
344 Comments


Interesting.

killrobotmusic
July 20th 2011
670 Comments


good stuff

Blackbelt54
July 20th 2011
4269 Comments


pretty good stuff

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eternium
July 20th 2011
16338 Comments


I need to get into this band. Where to start?

Antipunk
July 20th 2011
324 Comments


caution brah

Nomos
July 20th 2011
839 Comments


Why do I associate them with Tony Hawks Pro Skater...

Satellite
July 20th 2011
20808 Comments


pretty awesome even though it basically sounds like chuck's solo stuff gone electric

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Elijah9
July 20th 2011
13 Comments


Oh my god, this is so disappointing...what happened to them?

SwayzeFaced
July 20th 2011
349 Comments


i could never really get into this band

fractured
July 20th 2011
366 Comments


I would start at Fuel for the Hate Game personally, but many might disagree. Turnstile is the best song they've ever done, and one of my favorite songs ever.

SinkToTheBeets
July 20th 2011
67 Comments


fuel for the hate game.

Awesomesauce
July 21st 2011
1084 Comments


This new Foo Fighters single is great. Wait...

Masochist
July 21st 2011
8017 Comments


"Why do I associate them with Tony Hawks Pro Skater..."

"Freightliner" was on THPS 4 and "Remedy" was on THUG (it's how I got into them).

"This new Foo Fighters single is great. Wait..."

LOL

I enjoy it...wish it had a bit more bite to it, though.

Alucard125
July 21st 2011
534 Comments


Caution will always be my favourite thing by these guys, new track is pretty good though.

Spare
July 21st 2011
5291 Comments


chuck still retains his near inconceivable level of graveliness

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Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
July 21st 2011
16088 Comments


yeah pretty much not a hwm song

OneMoreRoland
July 21st 2011
1050 Comments


It's alright. But i agree. Hardly sounds like HWM

tom79
July 21st 2011
3372 Comments


Not bad, not bad, though I agree it doesn't really sound much like a HWM song. And to anyone looking to get into HWM start with Fuel for the Hate Game or No Division. Both better than Caution.

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guitarplaya91
July 21st 2011
485 Comments


No Division = Best HWM album in my opinion.

PageTurner
August 30th 2011
41 Comments


did not like, HWM sound dulled



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