deaf club


The musical onslaught of San Diego’s Deaf Club is relentless, and hits as quick as a Mac truck on a rural road in a Stephen King novel. The band is fronted by Justin Pearson (The Locust, Dead Cross, Head Honcho of Three One G Records) who has been putting the ‘grind’ in grindcore for nearly 30 years, and is one the best and most prolific musicians associated with the grindcore, post-hardcore, and noise rock scenes.

On their debut LP, the band sounds like a well-oiled machine that pulsates as it delivers a sonic assault that blends musical complexity with punk energy. We’re excited to premiere a brand-new single called “Someday All Men Will Die” off their upcoming debut album, Productive Disruption.

In true grindcore style, the song packs a punch and delivers a lot of musical styling in a very short amount of time. At just around 75 seconds, “Someday All Men Will Die” serves as a taste for what the full album has in store.

Here’s what the band had to say about making these new songs:

“Having had time to stew in the cesspool of the last two years and mutating into its newest variant, Deaf Club confidently emerged angrier, evolved, more focused and thus, more dangerous. It discovers nastier, weirder, grimier territory, often through its use of pedals and distortion, in large part due to the addition of sci fi shredder Tommy Meehan. Alongside Brian Amalfitano, these two guitarists leave no sound untuned. Merge this with Justin Pearson’s always acerbic lyrics alongside drummer Scott Osment and bassist Jason Klein, and what you end up with is Productive Disruption: a death threat to some, a love letter to others.”

The LP arrives via Three One G Records on January 6th, 2022.