A good hardcore song, let alone album, shouldn't waste any time fucking around. Regional Justice Center take this to heart, on their newest record World of Inconvenience. RJC is the project of Ian Shelton, who plays almost every instrument on the record and does so with tenacity. The music boils from Shelton dealing with seeing his own brother Max end up in the prison system, and being open to a world of injustices and institutional horrors that are created to keep people down.
As such, the music is completely fierce and to the point, Shelton's vocals carrying both a lot of pain and anger with each yell. World of Inconvenience is hardcore at its fastest, never wasting any time in delivering fast-as-hell mosh parts and beat downs. It's a middle finger to the system in its purest form, ready to spit back at those in power.
Hear the full album above, and pre-order it from To Live A Lie Records, Forever Never Ends, Adagio830, and Straight and Alert Records here before it's out June 15.
Regional Justice Center tour dates:
June 15th - Portland, OR @ Black Water *
June 16th - Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge *
August 4-5 -Olympia Hardcore Fest #
August 7 - Vancouver, BC @ 333 #
August 8 - Kamloops, BC @ TBA #
August 9th - Edmonton, AB @ The Aviary #
August 10th - Calgary, AB @ Commons Church #
August 11th - Spokane, WA @ Charlotte House #
* w/ Harness
# w/ Ingrown