New Trenches Album

2012-06-07 by Michael Scarn | 21 Comments
Sludge/metalcore act Trenches have, after a long period of inactivity that some took for disbanding, announced via their Facebook page that they are once again at work on their sophomore album, tentatively titled Reckoner, and that it is due for likely release this fall or winter.

http://www.facebook.com/trenches

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JWT155
June 7th 2012
12628 Comments


YES

wacknizzle
June 7th 2012
14449 Comments


Fucking sweet, I wasn't expecting another release from this band, really enjoyed The Tide.

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TomAkaVeto
June 7th 2012
1917 Comments


SO stoked for this. I'm glad that Jimmy finally changed his mind. From what I had heard, he had no interest in bringing Trenches back.

TomAkaVeto
June 7th 2012
1917 Comments


They said on the facebook that they're gonna add some more songs to the 11 that they've had written for years. Might end up being a 14-15 track album. That's cool by me.

TooLateToGoBack
June 7th 2012
1945 Comments


Great to hear.

Thought they really did disband after almost no activity for months.

wacknizzle
June 7th 2012
14449 Comments


I'd totally be down with 14 or 15 tracks as long as they're all good.

Ignimbrite
June 7th 2012
6133 Comments


so down

cvlts
June 7th 2012
9325 Comments


holy fuck. this-this is amazing

Ignimbrite
June 7th 2012
6133 Comments


Reckoner actually has been a thing at least since late 2010. it's just that they severely hinted at breaking up and nobody thought they were actually going to release it until now.

FearThyEvil
June 7th 2012
14951 Comments


Pretty stoked.

xandermander
June 7th 2012
626 Comments


Fucking win. Awesome band and awesome vocalist

Mordecai.
June 7th 2012
8326 Comments


yessssssss. Tide was aweseome, and Bittersweet is the sexiest song seriously.

MasBarHigeuoris21
June 7th 2012
1757 Comments


FFFFUUUUUCCCCKKKKK YYYYEEEEESSSSSSS!!!!!!!!! Best news I have heard all day. Glad to hear they did not disband. Possible AOTY

JeetJeet
June 8th 2012
2834 Comments


sweeeeeeeet. I still bump their old album from time to time. Pathways and Bittersweet are just fucking awesome.

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sspedding
June 8th 2012
5063 Comments


Jimmy Ryan is the man

TrapThemAlive
June 8th 2012
650 Comments


totally down with this

Spare
June 8th 2012
5567 Comments


p rad band

owait i'm thinkin of in trenches i think

ForeignFilm
June 8th 2012
129 Comments


So I dig Post-Metal but have never checked out this band. How do they stack up to other Post-Metal bands?

MasBarHigeuoris21
June 8th 2012
1757 Comments


Listen to the The Tide Will Swallow Us Whole. Its a little different from Panopticon, Through Silver in Blood or Somewhere Along The Highway but its still a phenomenal album


Colliiiin
June 8th 2012
681 Comments


DAMN RIGHT, tide stuck with me pretty hard ever since it came out and I always hoped they'd finish a follow up.

pedro70512
June 8th 2012
4158 Comments


And I'd given up hope...great news!



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