2009 Oct

Blunt Force Volume now available in North America!

Category: Releases

With “Blunt Force Volume”, California’s industrial rock band We Got This Far offers a thrilling menu of knife-sharp riffs, crunchy synths and juicy drum kicks, at times heavy hitting and merciless, at times melancholic and thoughtful… Recorded and produced by the band and mastered by Tom Baker (Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Rob Zombie, Orgy, Static X), “Blunt Force Volume” contains nine tracks plus a remix by Gary Zon of Dismantled. Available now on Spiralchords Music.

It’s been a long wait, but Blunt Force Volume is finally available in North America! We couldn’t be more proud of this work, and we’re thrilled that it’s finally available in our home country and in so many other places beyond its borders. Keep your eye on the right sidebar for the most convenient ways to get your hands on the album, and don’t forget to check out all the great reviews BFV has been getting from around the world.


2009 Sep

WGTF does Vector Conflict: The Siege

Category: Releases

Our song “So This Is Doom” has been remixed and featured as the soundtrack to an awesome online game called Vector Conflict: The Siege by Dig Your Own Grave Games.

You can download a high quality drm-free version from iTunes or Amazon.com


2009 Sep

WGTF added to San Francisco :RUINA: TOUR date – 09.29.09

Category: Live Shows

We Got This Far has been added to the San Francisco date of the Psyclon Nine / Imperative Reaction :RUINA: Tour 2009. Dismantled is also on the bill making this a show not to be missed! Doors @7pm, show starts @8pm. More info here.

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2009 Aug

Blunt Force Volume Reviews

Category: Press

Now that our album Blunt Force Volume has been released in Europe, the press reviews are finally starting to trickle in. We’ll keep this post up-to-date with new reviews as we get them. If you’re in Europe and looking for the album, try any of the links provided in the right sidebar. Anywhere else in the world you can still get the album digitally through Amazon or iTunes. North American release is on track for October 13th!

Industrialized Metal 100/100
Elektrauma 6/6
Schwarze News 10/10
Sphere Magazine 4/5
Reflections of Darkness 9/10
Whiskey Soda (1 – highest rating)
Dark Entries 9/10
Gothic Paradise 9/10
Obliveon 9/10
Goth-Zine 9/10
Der Medienkonverter 5/6
[U]selinks 4/5
Alone Music 8/10
Bleeding4Metal.de 8/10
Musicheadquarter 8/10
Fabryka +++
Darkroom Magazine 7.5/10
Side-Line 7/10
Metal.de 7/10
Gothtronic 7/10
Mindestverzehr Webzine 7/10
Lukinzine 7/10
Stormbringer 3.5/5
Alternative Clubbing (no rating)
Defiance Magazine (no rating)
Papel Mag (no rating)
Terrorverlag (no rating)
Mindbreed (no rating)
Lux Atenea Libros (no rating)
Nightshade (no rating)
Noize Magazine (no rating)
Mad-Goth (no rating)

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2009 Aug

WGTF on Septic VIII, Zillo, and Gothic Magazine Comps

Category: Releases

If you can’t wait to get your hands on our upcoming cd (available through Spiralchords Music/COP International on August 21st in Europe and October 13th in North America), then you can check out a few tracks on some upcoming compilation cds:

Septic VIII (Dependent Records) – Our song Sedona will be featured along with many other great artists including KMFDM, Velvet Acid Christ, Edge Of Dawn, and more. Info and previews available here.

Zillo Magazine – Our song Anywhere But Here will be featured in the covermount compilation on the August/September issue of Germany’s Zillo Magazine.

Gothic Compilation 45Endgame will be featured in Gothic Magazine’s double-CD “Compilation 45”, sold separately or available with issue 65 of the magazine.

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2009 Jul

Precursor Tour Pics

Category: Pictures

Our resident photographer Geoffrey Smith II tagged along with us for the 16Volt shows in July and put together a little photo journey for everyone to enjoy. Big thanks to Geoffrey for helping with the tour and to 16Volt for giving us the opportunity to play with them – we had a great time! View the full set of tour pictures here.

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