No Warning stream new 7-inch “Resurrection of the Wolf”

Canadian hardcore punk band No Warning have released a stream of their brand new 7-inch record, Resurrection of the Wolf. The single, which features the title track and a cover of the Violent Minds song “Bloodsucker” as the b-side, was released as a means to benefit former No Warning bassist Zach Amster.

You can read a statement from the band, as well as stream the two new songs, below.

No Warning last released Suffer, Survive way back in 2004, and broke up a year later.

“During his time in No Warning our bass player Zach Amster suffered from a life-threatening skin disorder called Stevens-Johnson syndrome which left him close to death. He fully recovered physically, but the experience left him with a case of posttraumatic stress disorder which in time lead to more serious mental health issues and addiction. Along this path, after the band disbanded, he made some bad decisions for which he is now awaiting sentencing in a California state prison. We love Zach and know him to be an amazing person, and we are truly blessed to have him alongside us as a friend, brother and extremely gifted musical partner. We reformed this year to record two songs as a financial benefit for Zach, his wife, and daughter.

Our love and support goes out to Zach, his family & friends. Please share this, share the music, share the images, and do what you can to help. With sincerest gratitude & respect.

Always,
No Warning”


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