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Wraths (ft. Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg) release demo of another new song “It’s Not Over”

Yesterday, Wraths put up a demo of a new song titled “War Drums.” The band which features Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg, Steve McCall of 1208, and Chris Kranes of The Darlings has now released another demo, this time for a new track called “It’s Not Over.”

You can feast your ears upon it below.

Wraths’ self-titled debut EP was independently released in late 2014, and is available for purchase on iTunes, as well as a bunch of other digital music services. As you can probably tell, they’re already working on tunes for a new release.

If you’d like to learn more about the band, I highly recommend reading the in-depth interview we conducted with frontman Jim Lindberg around the time of the EP’s release, or listening to our talk with him on episode 6 of Dying Scene Radio.



Wraths (ft. Jim Lindberg of Pennywise) stream demo of new song “War Drums”

Just a few months after releasing their debut EP, Wraths (ft. Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg, Steve McCall of 1208, and Chris Kranes of The Darlings) are already working on new tunes! The band just put up a demo of a new song titled “War Drums,” and you can give it a listen below.

Wraths’ self-titled debut EP was independently released in late 2014, and is available for purchase on iTunes, as well as a bunch of other digital music services.

If you’d like to learn more about the band, I highly recommend reading the in-depth interview we conducted with frontman Jim Lindberg around the time of the EP’s release, or listening to our talk with him on episode 6 of Dying Scene Radio.



Jim Lindberg in the studio recording an EP with new project Wraths

In a recent interview, Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg revealed that he has been in the studio recording on an EP with his new band Wraths, which features Steve McCall from 1208, Chris Kranes from The Darlings and a drummer named Drew. Asked what people can expect to hear from the EP, Lindberg replied:

“Well, we just recorded it. [laughs] In fact, we have to talk about how it’s gonna look. In 2014, how you release music is extremely different than ten years ago and almost a year ago. These days, a lot of people just put it on Youtube [laughs], that’s all they have to do. If there’s any musicians out there, speaking of that, retaining the masters is a really good thing, you know? There was a time when you didn’t feel like you were legitimate unless you were on a record label, but these days, it’s very easy to get your music out there and you own the rights to it. That’s a really good thing for a musician when musicians have been shit upon for the last decade and a half with what’s going on in the digital world. That’s one of the good things when it comes to digital distribution of music. You can control all your rights and how you want to do things now instead of some Barney at the record label.”

No title or release date has been set for the EP, but we’ll keep you all posted as more details come to light.