New Trenches Demo/Album Update
2013-01-31 by Ryan Kroner | 14 Comments

Metalcore/sludge metal group Trenches have posted an as-of-yet untitled song demo on their Facebook page for download. This will be taken from their upcoming sophomore full-length Reckoner, which, while originally intended to be separated into an EP consisting of songs written in 2008 and an LP consisting of newer material, is now likely to be released as a single album with both new material and "old" material that has been heavily tweaked and rewritten. It will drop sometime around August or September this year.

Reckoner will likely have around 12 tracks total, and the demo comes from what will probably be the album's final song. No word has been released on whether the untitled full-length intended to be released after the Reckoner EP has been scrapped, integrated into the Reckoner LP, or merely postponed.

Finally, David Powell of Emery and Beyond Oceans will be tracking drums for Reckoner. It is not known why Phil Hook, the band's original drummer, will not be participating in the new album.

www.dropbox.com/s/tnw85zzi2onmpwu/This%20Song%20has%20no%20name.wav

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FearThyEvil
January 31st 2013

12287 Comments


Looking forward to this release.

Ignimbrite
January 31st 2013

5300 Comments


Yeah, this is absolutely going to rule face.

robvusechevic
January 31st 2013

92 Comments


Is Jimmy Ryan still the vocalist?

Ignimbrite
January 31st 2013

5300 Comments


Yes.

robvusechevic
January 31st 2013

92 Comments


It will be good.

SteveRogers
January 31st 2013

187 Comments


Been waiting for this for way too long.

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TooLateToGoBack
January 31st 2013

1755 Comments


Fucking finally.


Nikkolae
January 31st 2013

4771 Comments


omg omg i dont wanna listen to anything from them till the album comes out but i also wanna jam to this ASAP

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thedrunkestlandscape
February 1st 2013

13 Comments


This is a great way to start the day. Took them long enough though.

JohnFire
February 1st 2013

190 Comments


Checked out the blast from the past thing on last.fm labs yesterday which tells you about bands you haven't listened to in ages. It said I hadn't listened to Trenches since July 2012 (feels longer than that). Now this news. There are no coincidences.
Shinfo takeover.


But that blast from the past thingy is pretty good.

TomAkaVeto
February 1st 2013

1601 Comments


Song is tight. I can't wait to hear more aggressive songs, though.

RenegaDrifter
February 4th 2013

175 Comments


They live ?_? NICE!!!!

SadAndHolyGlow
March 5th 2013

1506 Comments


This downloadable song has a lot of potential going for it. Hope the rest of the album sounds this great. I'm not a HUGE fan of their debut, so hopefully this changes my mind about them.

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Ignimbrite
March 5th 2013

5300 Comments


damn it, you got me excited for something new



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