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New from The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

Posted by Loren on May 27, 2021

New from The Grasshopper Lies Heavy
New from The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

Post-hardcore band The Grasshopper Lies Heavy have shared a new song, "The Act of Buying Groceries" from a new album -- which we'll get on July 16 via Learning Curve Records.

Playing especially heavy post-hardcore with noise elements, the new collection features eight songs in total, recorded last year during lockdown (we can only assume the lead single's title is a reference to that).

But it wasn't all bad. “2020 sucked for everyone,” guitarist/vocalist James Woodard says in a pre-release presss statement. “I had just bought a house before the lockdown, so I decided to build out a room in the garage so I could track my own music and take my time recording."

Titled A Cult That Worships A God Of Death, the new album will be available on vinyl and digital formats. Watch the video below.

A Cult That Worships A God Of Death Track Listing:

1. Untitled (Intro)
2. The Act Of Buying Groceries
3. Charging Bull
4. Tennessee
5. The Pastor's Pockets
6. A Cult That Worships A God of Death, Parts I-IV
7. Bullet Curtain
8. サウンドチェック

New from The Grasshopper Lies Heavy
New from The Grasshopper Lies Heavy

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