|2||Minor Acts of Misbehaving|
|3||The Poor Kids|
|6||We Are The Technology|
|7||These Are Cherry Blossoms|
|10||Make Me Rich|
Featuring members of seminal hardcore metal band Turmoil, Philadelphia, PA’s The Deadly deliver a 13 track tour de force of explosive metallic hardcore punk that get comparisons ranging from bands like Converge, Hot Snakes, and the Blood Brothers to Swing Kids and Refused. The result is a beautifully packaged album that is intense and ripping.
“at times the Deadly recall an utterly heavier At the Drive-In, or Blood Brothers raised on a strict metallic hardcore diet. Elements of Lickgoldensky still shine through and at their most chaotic, Pg. 99 comparisons don’t seem absurd.” – Exclaim! Magazine
“Blistering metalcore mixed with straight-up rock n roll and enough time changes to keep your head spinning” – Alternative Press
“fantastic” – Decibel
“seriously impressive” – Pee Zine
“fucking catchy” – Clamor
Recorded by Vince Ratti at Skylight Studios and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.
Guest appearances by Jon Gula of Turmoil, Kyle Costill of Trouble Everyday, and Kat Paffett of An Albatross.
The Deadly was at the time of this release:
Rich Lippold – Vocals
Jon Pushnik – Drums
Matt Hanemann – Guitar
Jon Hodges – Guitar