[AUDIO] Modern Pain sign to Bridge Nine: Self Deconstruction

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Dallas straight edge band Modern Pain

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Dallas straight edge band Modern Pain have signed to Chris Wrenn‘s Bridge Nine Records, and will release a full length this summer. The band will be entering the studio this March to record.

From the press release:

Modern Pain was formed in 2010 in Dallas, TX by four people with music taste on opposite ends of the spectrum for the sole purpose of playing straight edge music with no gimmicks: no bleached hair, no pseudo-positive lyrics. While their individual music tastes might not be similar, the few bands they mutually love have an apparent influence on their music, from classics like Integrity and Infest to more recent bands like Think I Care.

On March 7th, Modern Pain will hit the studio with Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, War Hungry, Inquisition) to record their yet-to-be-titled debut full-length that Bridge Nine will release later this summer.

In the meantime, check out the last Modern Pain record: Self Deconstruction was released in 2014 through Six Feet Under Records. The EP is available for digital download through the Modern Pain Bandcamp page.