We're stoked to be included in this month's issue of Decibel Magazine! SF is featured in the "Throw Me a Frickin' Bone" section. This months column features albums being compared to production automobiles. Can you guess what vehicle 'Bedlam' ranked as? It might have been Top Gear's hyper car of 2010..
Read for yourself at:
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Suppressive Fire will once again be entering the studio August 12th to record our follow up to 'Bedlam.' We are very happy to welcome Josh Bleeks to the fold as our new drummer and Will Saenz as our new bassist, Aaron Schmidt will now be handling 2nd lead guitar. This new lineup is really the Mark II version of our band in that we've evolved so much musically since the Bedlam sessions. The new material is faster and more aggressive in parts, but also more varied and thought out while maintaining our riff oriented approach to songwriting. It'll be a hot minute before we can release any of the new songs as we plan to take our time over the next 2 months rounding it out. Planning on an early 2017 release to be honest. However, you can totally catch us shredding the new material live at upcoming shows. We're a new band, so we've gotta play the new material right? Come break your necks as we shred with our Raleigh brothers in Chateau. We'll be doing a back to back attack of Charlotte and Raleigh with them this September. The weekend following we'll finally be returning to Wilmington once again for the annual Death Fest.
Shows and events below:
9/16/16 - Charlotte - The Milestone
9/17/16 - Raleigh - Slim's Downtown
9/24/16 - Wilmington - Reggie's 42nd