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Hesitation Wounds (Slipknot, Touche Amore, Etc.) Streaming New Song “Guthrie”


Hesitation Wounds (Slipknot, Touche Amore, etc.) are streaming “Guthrie” from their upcoming full-length release, “Awake For Everything“. 6131 Records have that album earmarked for a May 27th release date. Frontman Jeremy Bolm (also of Touche Amore) said of the song:

“I titled the song ‘Guthrie’ to pay tribute to Woody and how the American culture can overlook the message of a song if it has a patriotic chorus. Woody Guthrie’s song “This Land Is Your Land” originally featured the verse ‘There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me. The sign was painted, said ‘Private Property.’ But on the backside, it didn’t say nothing. This land was made for you and me.’ That concept inspired me to put my disappointment into words. We are considered the home of the brave, but when the right-wing pushes a fear of immigrants/refugees/Muslims onto its people, that hardly feels brave. Everyone should have the right to cross imaginary lines to raise a family safely in this country.”

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[via Substream Magazine]

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