House vs Hurricane announce new album and label

Like any young band, House VS Hurricane started as an idea amongst friends, a way to create something that the members themselves wanted to hear.

Fast forward two years and House VS Hurricane have grown from a promising local talent to one of the most rapidly rising acts in Australian heavy music today. After accompanying Bullet For My Valentine (UK) on their sold out Australian trek in January 2009, House VS Hurricane went on to perform at the Melbourne leg of the mammoth Soundwave Festival, as well as supporting Misery Signals, The Devil Wears Prada and our very own Parkway Drive.

2009 also saw the band headline two of their own sold out national tours before departing for the US to record with famed producer Brian McTernan, who has worked with everyone from Thrice and Hot Water Music to Circa Survive and Darkest Hour.

The end result is House VS Hurricane’s stunning debut full-length, Perspectives.

Both newcomers and fans of the group’s debut EP Forfeiture – which has sold just shy of 4,000 copies with limited distribution – will be impressed by the juxtaposition of unbridled heaviness and ambience that is displayed across Perspectives’ twelve-tracks, a sound that is often attempted but rarely executed with this much success.

House Vs Hurricane have recently signed a deal with Australia’s largest independent Shock Entertainment and will release Perspectives in Australia and New Zealand on March 5th. Pre-orders will be available soon on their Myspace page.

The band are apart of the Boys Of Summer tour which kicks off tomorrow, check out all the dates and venues.

Keep an eye on the band’s MySpace, as they’re promising some HUGE news and announcements on February 1st

6 Responses to “House vs Hurricane announce new album and label”

  1. AtheistPeace

    That would have been funny if they had called it Salad Days, people would have been why the fuck did they call it that? This album should come out sounding pretty good, I’m a huge fan McTernan’s work

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