New Homewrecker Record

2013-05-17 by Franky Jay | 2 Comments
Puertorrican hardcore rockers, Homewrecker, are finally set to release their upcoming debut
album, "Anything For A Quiet Life". The band derives from the renmants of Sputnik user,
MiniatureHorse's post-punk side-project. They're from San Juan and they're ready to take on
what's on their way.

Track-listing:
1) Wake Up
2) A House's Widow
3) Kinderbled
4) From Station to Station
5) The Wire
6) Heel
7) 49
8) Sorrow & The Bulb
9) Frangere
10) Anything For A Quiet Life
11) Capsuled Horse/Stray Dog (Hidden Track)

To listen to demos for songs such as 'Heel' or '49' click on the link bellow.

https://soundcloud.com/homewreckerofficial

Tagged: Homewrecker

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TomAkaVeto
May 18th 2013
1746 Comments


Rad dudes. Saw them play here in Indianapolis and they were all genuinely nice guys and played a rad set.

Nikkolae
May 18th 2013
4923 Comments


yeah this is awesomeeee

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