One decade and three albums into their blistering career, metallic-hardcore crew Harm's Way are staging their biggest power play yet with Posthuman, their new full-length and first release since signing with Metal Blade Records last year. Produced by Fit for an Autopsy guitarist Will Putney (Body Count, Thy Art Is Murder), the Chicagoans' follow-up to 2015's Rust comprises 10 razor-sharp tracks, including the excellent, previously-shared punisher "Human Carrying Capacity."
Now, they're back with another hunk of prime mosh-pit fodder, "Call My Name." An industrial-tinged ripper reminiscent of Godflesh, it switches out the group's chug-heavy din for something a little more morose and streamlined — at least, that's how it all seems before the choruses come in. Better take cover now — and while you're at it, you can pre-order Posthuman here.