For those of you who didn’t hear, the powerviolence legends in Weekend Nachos will soon be calling it quits. You can read much more about what went into this decision by CLICKING HERE.
But it does not appear to be the end entirely. The band has more hidden up their collective sleeves before the final time comes. For example, there will be a brand new full-length entitled “Apology”! In support of this, Weekend Nachos just launched a brand new track “Writhe” via MetalSucks. Have a listen!
Here’s a snippet of the official press release in regards to this:
Chicago’s Weekend Nachos have revealed the details surrounding their final full-length album Apology and have shared a new track via MetalSucks along with the announcement. After having been active for over a decade, the band has decided to call it quits and has honored its name in the best way possible. Recorded by the band’s own Andy Nelson at Bricktop Studios (Lord Mantis, Like Rats, Harms Way), Apology is a veritable tornado of grindcore/powerviolence/hardcore savagery. Apology is thirteen tracks of utter punishment that sees Weekend Nachos sounding more dangerous and urgent than ever before. The album also features guest vocal appearances from Dylan Walker of Full of Hell.
Vocalist John Hoffman said about the album: “Honestly, it’s a really really good record. I was nervous the whole time we were writing it, because it was like ‘This is it…this is our swansong. I hope we aren’t scraping the bottom of the barrel here.’ Truth is, we did scrape the bottom of the barrel, and it was the very last of the great material we’re capable of.”
Hear “Writhe” now at this location.