We’re pleased to bring you the exclusive stream of Modern Pain‘s new track “4202.” The song is taken from the band’s new album Peace Delusions, out September 4th through Bridge Nine Records.

Modern Pain’s forthcoming full-length can be described as “if In Utero was a hardcore punk record,” but even that might be underselling the Dallas, Texas band’s first full-length. Titled Peace Delusions, this new album resembles a golden artifact unearthed from the ’80s American hardcore underground, harnessing the unbridled aggression of groundbreaking acts like SSD, Poison Idea and Infest and filtering it through the caustic, ashy atmospheres and unfettered noise rock of Texan predecessors Scratch Acid and the Jesus Lizard, as well as Moss Icon’s murky, wordy pathos. This unpredictable, nerve-damaging, half-hour-long debut full-length remains at its core a spacey, noisy punk record.

Purchase Peace Delusions here.

Peace Delusions Track Listing:
1. Vivisepulture pt. 1
2. Ego Death
3. Holy Foundations Crumble
4. When the Hymn Fades
5. My Reality Is Slipping Away
6. World Inverted
7. 4202
8. Peace Delusions
9. Leave Me Here
10. Vivisepulture pt. 2

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