Prong Keep Things Lean and Mean on ‘Ammunition’ — Song Premiere
On April 24, Prong will release Carved Into Stone, the post-metal pioneering band’s eighth studio album. Produced by Steve Evetts (Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die), founding vocalist/guitarist Tommy Victor commented about the album, “It was hardest I’ve ever worked in the studio on any record I’ve ever been involved with.”
“I always believed there were many dimensions to Prong,” says Victor. “Every record we’ve been associated with different scenes – hardcore, metal, industrial – even dance! I think this record brings all of that together and sounds very modern at the same time.”
In this Noisecreep exclusive, we’re proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of “Ammunition,” a track off of Carved Into Stone. The song is a lean and mean slab of riffy metal that will have you air-guitaring at your desk within seconds!
Listen to “Ammunition” From Prong
Prong formed in New York City in 1986 and went on to become one of the most influential groups in the post-metal and post-hardcore realms. Artists like Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails) and Jonathan Davis (Korn) have sang the band’s praises and have sited Prong as a source of inspiration.
Carved Into Stone marks the recording premiere of Prong’s new lineup, which features bassist Tony Campos (Static-X, Brujeria) and drummer Alexei Rodriguez (3 Inches of Blood, Walls of Jericho) joining Victor.
Prong’s Carved Into Stone will hit stores on April 24 via Long Branch Records/SPV. Pre-order the album directly from the band at this link.