The Saughterhouse Chorus releasing split 7-inch with Bridge Under Fire

Upstate NY punk rockers The Slaughterhouse Chorus and Bridge Under Fire announced details today for an upcoming split 7″, due in January on L.R.S. Records. Limited to 200 copies on randomly mixed color vinyl, the split features two songs by each band. A third track from each group will also be available via a digital download card included with the record.

Just in time for National Shopping Day, L.R.S. Records has posted a pre-order for the 7″ here.

Hailing from the capital of the Empire State, Albany dudes The Slaughterhouse Chorus marinade their rapid fire punk rock in country twang and classic rock swagger. The band issued its self-titled, debut full length in April. The Slaughterhouse Chorus was also featured on Dying Scene’s “Too Punk to Folk” compilation earlier this year.

Syracuse NY post-hardcore band Bridge Under Fire play catchy, hard-hitting punk that should make fans of Hot Water Music, Dear Landlord and Smoke or Fire take notice. Since forming from the ashes of a handful of revered Syracuse bands in 2010, the band has toured throughout the U.S. and released two albums: 2011’s “The Nightcourt Sessions” EP and the 2012 full-length “Why Wait?”

Pre-orders will ship in early January.


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