Get ready to not give a fuck.

Southern California metal act Throwdown — who don’t do much for me, I can’t speak for you… — will release a new album January 21.

It’s called Intolerance, which is what my previous remarks will likely be discarded as by fans of Throwdown.

The follow-up to 2009’s Deathless was recorded at Hurley Recordings in Costa Mesa, California with rising producer Davey Warsop and mixed at Planet Z.

Intolerance features guitar solo contributions from Dave Nassie of Bleeding Through.

Says the band’s frontman Dave Peters:

“Completing this record felt great in so many respects, most important of which was the opportunity to finally give longtime supporters of the band this music that I’ve had swirling around in my head over the past four years.

“The variety of people from different places and scenes who have found the band through vastly different avenues over the past 15 or so years will each get into it for their own unique reasons, I think. And for those who think it’s junk, it’s only about 28 minutes they have to regret.”

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