Hardcore Band ‘Problem Of Pain’ Signs with ‘Blood & Ink Records’, Video Released for ‘Burn’


Problem_Of_Pain_03aBlood & Ink Records are very excited to welcome Michigan hardcore band Problem Of Pain to family for their 11-track LP, “Burn What My Hands Wrought” which will be released on July 29th. Check out the official video for ‘Burn’ below. the song appears on their upcoming album.

The band comments on the song:

“Burn (What My Hands Wrought)’ is a song about how we all have destructive tendencies in our lives that we aren’t even aware of, and when they are brought into the light we realize the destruction they can cause. The lyrics are about searching within ourselves to see what those specific things are and getting rid of them. The lyric ‘Burn what my hands wrought’ is a depiction of how we ourselves create the very things that can tear us apart.”

Problem Of Pain packs more of a punch than most bands in heavy music—and they do so with only two members. Composed of Garrett Finch and Jake Beaver, the two have been making music and playing shows for just over a year now. But don’t let their youth—or size—fool you: Problem Of Pain is here for a purpose. “We want to break down formats and thought processes to challenge others to think critically, and even counter culturally,” shares Finch, who plays guitar and serves as co-vocalist. “[Our goal is] to use art as an expression and outlet of the inner dissension that I process daily. Embodying these thoughts through the sounds that we create with our ‘experimental’ sound; and the lyrics we write gives way to be honest with not only others, but also ourselves.”

Upcoming Shows:
7/03 – Urbana, IL @ Audiofeed Festival
7/05 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Upper Room
7/06 – Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
7/08 – Conway, SC @ The Beet Farm
7/09 – Ringgold, GA @ Cloud Springs Deli
7/13 – Fargo, ND @ The New Direction
7/14 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Garage

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Video below: ‘Burn’

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