Tension Span - The Future Died Yesterday


Using the musical language of their past, the dark punk of their early bands (Christ On Parade, Neurosis, Dystopia, and Asunder) Tension Span brings a new band and a new album to Neurot Recordings that sounds both urgent and personal, speaking truth to the bleak realities of today’s socio-political collapse and the angst and identity crisis it brings. Somehow within the fabric of these themes of stress and fear and rage, there is a feeling of underlying hope, that there is something beautiful in the struggle. Recorded during the isolation of Covid, Noah Landis, Matt Parrillo, and Geoff Evans crafted The Future Died Yesterday, an album that sounds both varied and cohesive, combining musical and emotional heaviness with melody, samples, and synth. Sonically unique and riveting. “In terms of direction, the veteran Oakland-based musicians explore a noir-kissed post-punk path that fans of Killing Joke, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, and New Model Army should take note of.” –No Echo

-Debut of Oakland dark punk trio formed by members of Neurosis, Asunder, and Dystopia
-For fans of Killing Joke, New Model Army, T.S.O.L., Subhumans, Conflict, Rudimentary Peni