Published Jul 25, 2012In the latest episode of Exclaim! TV's Aggressive Tendencies series, we feature Salt Lake City, Utah hardcore/grind noisemakers Gaza.
During their stop in Toronto while on tour with Corrosion of Conformity, Torche and Black Cobra, Exclaim! TV caught up with Gaza vocalist Jon Parkin. He discussed the band's latest album, No Absolutes in Human Suffering, and how they have taken their sound to the next level, resulting in some differences from their previous releases. Parkin also talks about the lyrical approach on the new record and how religious topics are conveyed through his lyrics, while maintaining that religion is not the only subject matter that Gaza are drawn to.
No Absolutes in Human Suffering is being released digitally on July 31 and physically on August 28 via Black Market Activities. The album is Gaza's third full-length, following 2009's He Is Never Coming Back and 2006's I Don't Care Where I Go When I Die.