Head Wound Town will be the thrashing grindcore consequence of a drunken idea in fact brought to existence. While taking in after a London display their bands experienced just played collectively, the Bloodstream Brothers’ Jordan Blilie and Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner made the decision it might be fun to start out a music group together. Drunken calls that night time to Justin Pearson and Gabe Serbian, both from the Locust, solidified the lineup, along with fellow Bloodstream Brother Cody Votolato. Free time was discovered among everyone’s individual commitments, as well as the music group quickly surfaced over weekly of composing and documenting in late Feb 2005. The results was a frenzied seven-song, self-titled EP released that November on Three-One-G. The task became a tiny lark, since it would be almost a decade prior to the music group would reconvene. After re-forming for some displays in 2014, Mind Wound City going back to the studio room and began piecing together an effective full-length outing. The producing New Influx of Violence premiered in early 2016.