Bullet Treatment "Designated Vol. 2" out today! Full album stream on Noisecreep
Posted on May 15th 2012 @ 3:17 p.m. (1 year, 9 months ago)
Bullet Treatment "Designated Vol. 2" hits vinyl-friendly record stores and digital retailers today! Pre-orders were shipped last week, so you should have already received your copy if you pre-ordered. You can stream the entire release for free through Noisecreep.
The first press of the vinyl is limited to only 500 copies.
For those not cued in, Bullet Treatment may very well be hardcore punk’s most unconventional act. The band features a revolving door of members on every release, and they literally wouldn’t have it any other way. Brainchild behind the LA based project, Chuck Dietrich, has had a wide cast of members over the years, including (relatively) consistent members Matt Caughthran from The Bronx on vocals and Dave Hildago from Social Distortion on drums. This was the lineup for the band’s first full length, 2006’s “The Mistake” on Think Fast! Records.
In 2009 we saw the first volume of “Designated” via Fat Wreck Chords. The idea behind the record was unconventional, even for Bullet Treatment’s standards – featuring 6 tracks of exactly the same music with a different singer putting their own vocals and lyrics over the song – without hearing any of the other vocalist’s renditions prior to recording their own. Confused yet? Vol. 1 featured a showcase of Fat’s bands, past and present, including notables like Tim McIlrath from Rise Against and Johnny from the Swingin’ Utters. Volume 2's track listing and vocalists are listed below:
1. Insomnia (Andrew and Scott from COMEBACK KID)
2. Young Bodies - Slut Church (Jordan from VULTURES UNITED)
3. Rally Cry (Ryan and Billy from OUTBREAK)
4. God’s Plan (Matt from THE BRONX)
5. Confessions Of A Hopeless Romantic (Liam from CANCER BATS)
6. Vox Populi, Vox Dei (Nuno from A WILHELM SCREAM)
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