New Jersey thrashers, Hammer Fight, will release their Napalm Records debut, Profound and Profane, on March 25th. Right now, however, you can get rowdy to the band’s first official from the album, “Gods of Rock ‘n’ Roll.”
If you’re wondering about the meaning of the video, let frontman Drew Murphy explain:
Here it is. The first video from Profound and Profane, ‘Gods of Rock ‘n Roll.’ It follows a day in the life of some big, angry guy who finds salvation in Rock ‘n Roll. Basically the moral of the story is, being poor sucks. Working hard and still being poor sucks more. So find something you love to help alleviate some of that suck. For us that thing is music. Big thanks to E.B. Hughes and William Murray for making the video, and extra big thanks to the Boneyard Bar & Grill in Atlantic City for letting us shoot there.
Pre-order Profound and Profane here.
Rock Hard \m/