New 6 song album recorded in 2014-2015. Follow up to "When Your Friends Become Cops" (2014).
"King/Hanneman by way of modern noisepunk...CHAIN GANG GRAVE reinvent the fukkn wheel here, it's like a mess of modern studded leather punks force fed a diet of '90s AmRep...there's so much tonnage here it's indescribable..."
"The band’s parade of horrors is seamless, regardless of the nearest point of stylistic reference. Bury Them And Keep Quiet is a melting pot of antisocial tendencies..."
"You can smell the hardcore oozing... Then after a section with dueling guitars, shit gets weird, and by that I mean in a discordant, noisy, anti-social, you know, FLIPPER, kind of way, before all roads merge into a single syncopated crushing riff. Come together, fall apart, reconvene and destroy... that's the formula for great shit, I guess."
"With Chain Gang Grave, you get something that is punk, ugly and hemorrhaging noise... The hardcore version of a snakehandling sermon on the eve of judgment day, a barely contained trashing of instruments and deranged preaching..."
"Clouded, resonant riffs over a drawn-out D-beat... A variety of fills, guitar articulations and vocal styles build strange tension... Mixing sour and sweet might be done to death, but few do it as sharply as Chain Gang Grave."
"...noisy, grimy, disfigured hardcore fun.. Fans of the noisy and nasty should not miss out on Chain Gang Grave."
"The thought of Amebix doing a record for AmRep makes you absolutely giddy? You owe it to yourself to check out Brooklyn's Chain Gang Grave."
- Andy (f/o No One Here is Asking)
"New York City horde Chain Gang Grave threw noise rock at punk rock on Bury Them and Keep Quiet and kept only the most infectious riffs."
- Six Noises
released November 13, 2015
Andrew Lanza: Guitar/Bass/Backing Vocals
Jason Bennett: Drums
Young Al Bundy: Lyrics/Main Vocals
Joshua Poveda: Bass/Backing Vocals
Recorded by Jason Bennett in his basement in Brooklyn, NY
Mixed by Jason Bennett and Andrew Lanza
Mastered by James Plotkin
Artwork by Andrew Lanza
Layout by Young Al Bundy with Andrew Lanza