Hear Rising Hardcore Crew Homewrecker's Merciless New Song "Fade to Oblivion" | Revolver

Hear Rising Hardcore Crew Homewrecker's Merciless New Song "Fade to Oblivion"

Ohio band tap Vein frontman Anthony DiDio for first single off upcoming third LP

Ohio demolition crew Homewrecker have announced a new album, Hell Is Here Now. The follow-up to 2014's Circle of Death, out April 27th, marks the band's third LP overall, and their first release for Good Fight Music. To accompany the announcement, the group have unveiled "Fade to Oblivion," the album's crusty, crushing first single. The ripper finds the band juggling death metal, crossover thrash and hardcore, with a roaring assist from Anthony DiDio of New England's Vein.

"This song is like a summary of what the album is trying to portray by including the elements of hardcore and punk into the main theme of metal," the band say of "Fade to Oblivion," going on to outline the album as a whole: "It's a look at the struggle with inner conflict and, rather than seeking help, letting it pull you into an endless cycle of your own 'hell,'" they explain. "Making this album was the most in-depth we've ever gone. We spent a lot of time perfecting every song and taking inspiration from our favorite bands, new and old. We feel it's our best LP yet."

You can pre-order Hell is Here Now here. Check out the artwork and track listing for the new LP, as well as a list of their upcoming tour dates with Black Dahlia Murder, below.

homewrecker album art

Homewrecker - Hell is Here Now track listing:
01. "Burden of Self"
02. "One with Torment"
03. "Bound by Validation"
04. "Fade to Oblivion"
05. "Constant Eyes"
06. "Buried and Suffering"
07. "Land of the Damned"
08. "Rope of Skin"
09. "Growing From Nothing"
10. "Demons in Disguise"
11. "Final Rest"
12. "Perpetrators"

Homewrecker tour dates:
May 19 — St. Coud, MN — Red Carpet Nightclub
May 20 — Fargo, ND — The Aquarium
May 22 — Billings, MT – Pub Station
May 23 — Spokane, WA — The Pin
May 24 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Rickshaw Theater (Modified Ghost Fest)
May 26 — Calgary, Alberta — Dicken's
May 27 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan — O'Brien's
May 28 — Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Park Theater
May 29 – Thunder Bay, Ontario – Crocks
May 30 – Timmons, Ontario – The Working Class
Jun. 01 – Traverse, MI – Ground Zero
Aug. 17-19 – Las Vegas, NV – Psycho Las Vegas