Keystone Noise Series #4

by Fight Amp

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    Limited edition two song 7" single with three different color variants including: clear, static blue and black. Pressing is limited to 500 copies and appears as the 4th installment in Reptilian Record's "Keystone Noise Series".

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4th installment in Reptilian Record's KEYSTONE NOISE SERIES.

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100 Clear (SOLD OUT)
200 Blue Static
200 Black

FIGHT AMP quickly returns with a 7” hot on the heels of the band’s newest critically acclaimed album, Constantly Off (Brutal Panda) – the fans cried for more, and here it is - recorded during the same studio sessions at Gradwell House by Steve Poponi (Into It. Over It., Ladder Devils). The new material adds another layer to Fight Amp’s constantly evolving sonic brew of noise-rock, sludge, hardcore, grunge and punk. It has received positive ink from the likes of outlets including Stereogum, Noisey, Revolver, Metal Sucks, New Noise and many others. To be released on September 9th, the 7” will be a two song offering of sludgy noise-punk goodness.


released September 9, 2015

FIGHT AMPUTATION is Jon DeHart, Mike McGinnis, Dan Smith.

Recorded to 2" tape in fall 2014 at Gradwell House Studios in Haddon Heights, NJ.
Engineered and mixed by Steve Poponi.
Mastered by Doug Milton at 9250av.

Additional vocals by Patrick Troxell (of Creepoid).
Cover photo by Freddie Ross.
Design and layout by Dan Smith.
Produced by Fight Amp and Steve Poponi.

Label info:
Reptilian Records (Vinyl)
Knife Hits (Digital)

2015 Reptilian Records.

2015 KNIFEHITS Records


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Fight Amp Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

FIGHT AMPUTATION was a heavy, grungy, hardcore punk crossed with sludgerock trio from the seedy underbelly of Philadelphia's noise rock scene active '04 - '16.
Drawing influence from Dead Kennedys, Cherubs, all things AmRep, His Hero Is Gone, Eyehategod, skateboarding, and foreclosed suburban ghost towns, FIGHT AMP crafted a sound similar to early Melvins filtered through Queens of the Stone Age.
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Track Name: No Trace
Never bought what I've sold
It's turned into something I can't control
They still deny what is mine
Know me slowly
No trace, nothing
But then again
Entitlement just isn't me
So they will know me slowly
No trace, nothing
Deadbeats leave no trace
Hungry for praise
I'll be just fine
Nothing is mine
Because I'm still hungry for nothing
Track Name: Hide Your Teeth
Losing the contest of constraint
I lose a little more every day
And I covet and sink and hide and lie
Wishing I was better at being alive
All the numbers have been added up
Just what you'd expect
Every point, every try, every chance
Just what you'd expect
Not enough, not enough
Last chance you'll ever get
Words amount to the ratio of rust
Wrecking someone else's nest
I'm trying to tell you
I'm trying, but I'm doomed
All we do is play dead and wait
What do you expect?
Our number is the ratio of rust
Wrecking yet another nest
It's been so, so long
Since I've stopped and felt the sun
I'm trying to tell you
I'm trying, but I'm still doomed
Never been on
Constantly Off
Constantly Off

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