House Vs Hurricane post new video

House Vs Hurricane have posted the new music video for their song "Get Wrecked".

The song is the second track to be released from the band’s forthcoming new album "Crooked Teeth", which will be released on July 13 through UNFD.

The band recorded the new album in New Jersey with producer Machine (The Amity Affliction, Four Year Strong, Lamb Of God), and is the first recorded material to feature new vocalist Dan Casey.

To launch the release of the album, the band will be touring the country in July and August, with While She Sleeps, Northlane and Heights playing the East Coast dates, and Confession, In Hearts Wake and Foxes supporting the band in Western Australia. Click here to view all of the band’s upcoming tour dates.

9 Responses to “House Vs Hurricane post new video”

  1. willhelga

    this had very little impact on me, both film clip and song, I’m not really impressed. While She Sleeps should be headlining.

  2. Anonymous

    wait. what? Confession are a support band? I would’ve thought they were bigger than HvH. New song doesn’t really do it for me. I know the keys have been ditched, but something else is missing.

  3. SteveC

    A band’s popularity is relative. HvH are headlining cause they have a new album out. Confession would probably be headlining if it was their album tour.

  4. snitz1

    what is wrong with you guy….. cant you just appreciate good catchy music… because there is so much music around these days its very hard to be completely original.. you can here a lot of there influences in the songs they write. but isnt that what music is all about… making songs with influences from your favoirite band whilst still putting your own touch on it….. every band that has even been has strong influences from somewhere… if this wasnt the way then music would be shit house… i think HVH have nailed it, and they will go a lot further than any other band in this genre with the album they have done…. but you know what they say… haters gonna hate

  5. Coastalkid.

    @snitz1 (6): exactly! quit being so fuckin picky, what do you expect when they drop the synth….it’s gonna Change the style whether you like it or not

  6. Anonymous

    I think with the synths they had their sound nailed – I don’t really like that style of music, but I did like HvH both on CD and live. Without it though they may get lost amongst all the other bands doing something similar. Only time will tell. Will def hit one of these shows and see for myself. peace out

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