Human Impact release new song “Consequences”, self-titled debut album arrives March 13th via Ipecac Recordings

HUMAN IMPACT RELEASE NEW SONG “CONSEQUENCES” DEBUT ALBUM, HUMAN IMPACT, ARRIVES MARCH 13TH VIA IPECAC RECORDINGS

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Human Impact release “Consequences”, the third single from the New York based band’s forthcoming, self-titled debut album (http://smarturl.it/humanimpact). 

Human Impact previously shared two tracks from the 10-track release:  “E605” and “November”. Album pre-orders, which include instant downloads of the trio of songs, can be found here https://smarturl.it/HumanImpact

Human Impact is singer/guitarist Chris Spencer (Unsane), keyboardist Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop), bassist Chris Pravdica (Swans, Xiu Xiu) and drummer Phil Puleo (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans). Human Impact was produced by Coleman and Spencer with recording done at BC Studios by veteran noise rock svengali Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, John Zorn, Bootsy Collins). Additional recording was done at Hoboken Recorders with mixing completed by Alan Camlet

The track arrives as Human Impact announce their first live performances outside of their hometown, joining YOB for a week of Western U.S. tour dates, beginning on March 19th in Sacramento. The band play a hometown, record release show on March 14th at Saint Vitus (http://bit.ly/HISaintVitus).  

Tour dates:

March 14  New York, NY  Saint Vitus

March 19  Sacramento, CA  Harlow’s

March 20  Santa Cruz, CA  The Catalyst

March 21  Oakland, CA  Metro

March 22  Los Angeles, CA  Echoplex

March 23  San Diego, CA  Brick by Brick

March 24  Tucson, AZ  Club Congress

March 25  Albuquerque, NM  Sister

March 26  Denver, CO  Marquis Theater 

March 19 through 26 with YOB.

Human Impact track list:

1. November

2. E605

3. Protestor

4. Portrait

5. Respirator

6. Cause

7. Consequences

8. Relax

9. Unstable

10. This Dead Sea

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