Toilet Radio Gets Swole with HARM’S WAY

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On this thrilling episode of Toilet Radio, we’re sitting down and chatting with Chris Mills of our favorite hardcore/industrial/death metal band Harm’s Way. We’re talking about working out and eating healthy on the road, their new album, the state of hardcore in 2k18, their philosophy on straight edge, getting their own burger at Kuma’s Corner, his thoughts on the term “Entombedcore”, and finally we set the record straight on whether or not we should use an apostrophe when spelling out their band name. Folks. It’s a good one.

Music featured on this show:
Harm’s Way – “Scrambled” from Isolation (Bandcamp)(Facebook)
Harm’s Way – “Human Carrying Capacity” from Posthuman (Preorder)

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  • GETTING SWOLE IN THE TOILET BOWL >>>>>>

    GLC

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  • Dubby Fresh

    I’m not really into hardcore, but Harm’s Way makes me want to crack the earth with my fist.
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  • That Human Carrying Capacity song was top notch. Hot damn, son.

    • GrumpDumpus

      I’M LISTENING ON THE SHITTIEST FREE AIRLINE HEADPHONES AND THIS STILL TURNED MY NECK INTO BOILED ASPARAGUS

  • Joaquin Stick

    I just realized my tastes have expended, generally, in this order: prog>post>black>hardcore. Following that progression, deathcore seems like the next logical step (please don’t let that happen, music lord).

    But anyway, Harms Way certainly helped with that last carrot. Excellent interview to start the year.

    • Dubby Fresh

      The saw is the law, Christopher Walken Stick.

      • Joaquin Stick

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      • Were you the one with Whitechapel basketball shorts? or was it just a tshirt? Dying Fetus basketball shorts?

    • The last step is inevitably Randy Newman

      • Dubby Fresh

        *Tove Lo

    • GoatForest

      Don’t worry. If your favorite is prog, I don’t believe it is physically possible for you to enjoy deathcore.
      Deathcore, to me, sounds like if Chris Barnes got hit in the head with a brick.

  • My soon to be 5 year old loves the new Harms Way track. Had a one child circle pit in my living room the other day.

  • themaleshoegaze

    Great show and interview, who would’ve guessed that I’d get to actually appreciate Harm’s Way?
    I saw them play with Rise and Fall once in what could have been 2012, and, I have to admit, they didn’t win me over. Later, the Rise and Fall singer scolded the crowd for not freaking out to Harm’s Way’s (double apostrophe attack here) show and not bringing the energy for their own show. But really, the odds were stacked against them: the club was too big, the audience too small, I think it was midweek, sound was not terrific and at least I didn’t really know Harm’s Way and it somehow didn’t click. Something like a year before R&F had played in the smaller club across the street and that show was MASSIVE and exhilarating. Maybe they came expecting the same, but it just didn’t work out in the larger club and I guess, that shaped my stance on Harm’s Way. Anyway, I quite liked both tracks on the show, and the interview really changed my perception of the band, and I am just listening to Rust and it’s certainly a good record, so, yeah, Harm’s Way? Cool band! Particularly like the industrial vibe of the new track.

  • GrumpDumpus

    I LIKE HOW CHRIS SPENDS 50% OF THE INTERVIEW DRUMMING ON HIS KNEES

  • GrumpDumpus

    I ALSO LIKE HOW JOE ALWAYS USES QUESTIONS THAT END IN THE PHRASE “IS THAT CORRECT?” AS IF HE’S SETTING UP THE WITNESS FOR A SICK CROSS-EXAMINATION TAKEDOWN

    • IT BETRAYS A LACK OF CONFIDENCE IN MY OWN HALF-ASSED INTERVIEW RESEARCH

      • GrumpDumpus

        SO BY YOUR OWN ADMISSION YOU CONFIRM THAT ON THE 3RD OF JANUARY 2018, YOU DID KNOWINGLY PUT INNOCENT LISTENERS IN HARM’S WAY

        LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY, YOUR DUTY IS CLEAR…IF THE TOILET IS BUILT, THEN YOU MUST GUILT