Grind Against Corruption, Whey, Soy, or Alpha Male

We're playing this small grind fest with a couple friends. We're going to change the world through sweet flyers. 

So, a little while ago I was at a show that we weren't playing (surprise!). Friends of ours, AXIS were closing out the show as I walked into the show. If you're not familiar with these boys, they play some sweet 90's crossover type shit. Heavy, meat head fan base, but it's good. (I believe there were more Nails shirts in the crowd than Guerrilla Biscuits shirts). I was doing what I usually do at shows, heckling and saying weird things, with my voice cleverly disguised as a Minnesotan generally talking about how much cheese they must eat and protein content of such dietary decisions. You know, the usual. 
At the end of the show, when everyone was leaving, I was congratulating of show-goers on being "alpha-as-fuck" and letting them know they were all great moshers. I apparently did this to bum out and bully the crowd because I got a very long talking-to about how/what I should say from one of the other band members. Dude comes up to me and says "Hey, man. How you been? I guess you didn't have any fun tonight, huh?" I stared confused and surprised by his comments. I replied "Hey, no, I had a good time. Why do you suspect otherwise?" He then goes on to say that he didn't think I liked the band, AXIS, and was making fun of everyone in the room that was watching them. (Keep in mind, that I was mid-conversation with the guitarist of AXIS while this was happening)
We went back and forth for a minute discussing the definition of "confrontation" and how it's not always violent and that THIS, what he was doing, was confrontation. I got scolded and told that I was a bully and the he was in-fact bullied when he was a kid. I asked him if he ever did anything like beat the shit out of the kid that bullied him. He replied "no". I told him, well I guess that it did have an effect on you, and that sucks, but you should've handled it with some form of confrontation. I told him that everyone experiences some level of bullying, some severe, some insignificant. He told me that a lot of the people walking out of the show mentioned they thought my intentions were to offend. I suggested that he tell THEM to come talk to me about it and I'd be glad to let them know otherwise. No one came in.
We need confrontation. We're all on the same team. If you want something fixed, do it. If you want change, push for it in positive ways, whether that means punching a shit-head in the face, or talking to said shit-head in order to deter their problem causing. The sensitivity levels are out of control.

- Thin Skin Harvest


5 Year Anniversary, New Songs, Pre-orders

Here's what you've missed or not cared about. We think you should be happy with this selection for a little while.

Store Link to Pre-order - Here

This weekend in St Pete we will be having some killer fun with some good friends. Also, we are turning 5 years old. We act about that old so it seems pretty logical to celebrate it by getting obliterated.

Here is the flyer from our first show. It was a rager. We peaked that day. Look at all that hype on one fucking flyer. I was fat too. That's also a plus.

- Anniversary Harvest


Full Stream Available of LP, Pre- orders, Shows, Male Nudity

Weekend recap: Our boys on Maruta and DOC were awesome to see and throw the friz with. Showing a bunch of Frenchman the proper frisbee form was more than entertaining. It was great to play with Mother Brain. They're a bunch of solid dudes and a super tight band. Here's some nudes of all above mentioned parties.

Record News: Cvlt Nation have a full-stream of the LP going here. Make sure you check it out. It's got all of the songs for your stupid ears. 

Pre Order: 
Package deal shirt and LP pre-order link

"Insulated" LP vinyl pre-order link

"Insulated" LP cassette Pre-order link

Facebook Event page link


Shows, Release Update,

We have a show coming up this weekend with Noisem and Unsacred. Our buds in Weltesser and Sacridose are also playing and bringing the finest cush found in the sub-tropics. Next month, our boys in Maruta and some new friends from France, Department of Correction are coming to crush eardrums. In September, our dudes in Flying Snakes are getting back together for a reunion show and we'll be there to walk them down the aisle. Join us in their joyous occasion, celebrating masculinity and violence in the best way. You can find us by looking for the "shirtless ones" at the reception.


We've also been working on getting this LP out to press by next month so we can start getting pre-orders together. The art/layout is done and we're sending out the masters in August. Our good (local) friend, Rob, at Planet Retro Records is going to be putting out the cassette release. We will have a link to pre-orders in August up for the cassette and the LP once both are out to press. We will be doing some special stuff with each release for anyone who pre-orders. More information and pre-order information coming soon, you fucks. The release show is going to be stupid. You'll hate us more than you already do. 

If you haven't heard the new songs yet, here is the link to our Band Camp page

No shirt, no shoes, probably Tyler. 


An Oldie, but a Goodie / Show

Another song for your idiot ears. All of us have always loved the song "Creatures" so we've re-recorded it for the LP. Little tweaks, but still a rager.

Link- https://godharvest.bandcamp.com/track/creatures-2

Coming up next for shows -


"Control" - 2nd new track from the LP

We have posted the song "Control", the first song on side one of the LP. Link - https://godharvest.bandcamp.com/track/control-2

Show Recap:
Thank you to everyone who didn't leave during our set at Florida Rules Fest. A special thank you to Tom for asking us to "clear out the kids" from the show that didn't bring their hardest mosh. You are old. The Maruta show was a special evening at the Orlando TGIFridays. Thanks for the hot wings, guys! Stay safe on the road, and good luck with the new record. Shit rules. Order it here.
We were short one member for that show. Austin got stuck at work. Without a doubt the only show everyone actually heard what we sounded like. Fucks. Enjoy the new song. We'll be posting a new song every Monday till the damn thing is completely uploaded.

We have an interested (local) label planning a cassette release of this mother fucker, so we'll keep you informed. It should come out way before the vinyl edition.

This weekend -

- Song Harvest


One Song to Rule Them All - "Life" debut from LP

After waiting, hours in the studio, mixing, not mixing, mastering, doing bullshit, recording, re-recording, we finally have some songs for you assholes. We don't move quick, but we do play fast. So get over it, listen to the damn song. This is the first song on side B of our full length LP titled "Life". We will be posting new songs here and there until the cassette and eventually the vinyl LP comes home from the pressing plant. Shit will bum you out.

Link- https://godharvest.bandcamp.com/album/insulated

Here is the final art for the cover as well because our impeccable standards of excellence are an outstanding pain in the ass.

In other news, we had some shows. Did you miss them? Probably. Here is a goodie coming up at the end of the month. Come do drugs and get loose with us in Orlando. We'll be playing all the new ragers with or without you. Once again, probably without.

- Song Harvest


June Shows and Boat Drinks

This shit will be a nasty rager. You fucks better bring a helmet.

There is a whole slew of friends on this show, and our great friend, Tom is putting it on. Culture is going to make me go hardline for about 30 minutes.

In other news, we got drunk. Here are pictures


Stories of success: Places we can't go, obstacles in the shape of records, people we've offended.

Social experiments:


FB event pages:
2. https://www.facebook.com/events/798570473559284/

Recording News:
Honestly, we are nearing some fucking closure on our LP. Let me give you the rundown as to this monstrosity's happenings.
1. We tried to record 10 songs live. We did, but then our bassist, Nick, quit and told us to fuck ourselves.
2. We scrapped that recording.
3. Next we found our new bassist, Brent, went into a different studio, wrote 4 brand new songs and it stalled out in the mixing process.
4. Then we found a stellar engineer through some loose ass contact we had because he is an elusive beast that roams the fucking countryside. His name is Greg Wilkinson of Earhammer Studios, in Oakland, CA. We chose him to do this very important record because of his vast experience crushing everything in his path. He is a phenomenal dude, talented as fuck, and he is going to make this record hurt.
5. We sent him out the discs WITH the information on it.
6. They were received, they sat in limbo till he could get to them. Loaded them onto his computer only to find the discs had no infor-fucking-mation on them.
7. We quickly re-mailed the tracks and now almost a year down the road, we will have real rough tracks of the LP.

We have a temporary track list and are finishing up some more details with the general layout of the art, but the cover art is done. That is featured below. Enjoy that.

As soon as we have some final mixes, we will be posting them, offering up some pre-orders, and have some real news about release information. I foresee finals in the next 30 days.

In the meantime, please buy some 7"s and shirts on our store so we can keep this momentum going. STORE

Merchandise Updates:

I am repressing the affectionately named "coke-baby" shirt, and we will have another new shirt release coming out shortly after that expressing our love for some new friends of ours. For those who have ordered shirts and we're placed on back-order, your order will be filled this month.

Closing thoughts:

- Alienation Harvest