Converge / Dropdead

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"Converge / Dropdead"
Converge - Dropdead split.jpg
Single by Converge and Dropdead
Released June 16, 2011 (2011-06-16)
Recorded Early 2011
Genre
Length 4:15
Label Self-released (CONCULT02)
Producer(s) Kurt Ballou/Dropdead
Converge singles chronology
"On My Shield"
(2010)
"Converge / Dropdead"
(2011)
"Converge / Napalm Death"
(2012)
"On My Shield"
(2010)
Converge / Dropdead
(2011)
"Converge / Napalm Death"
(2012)
Dropdead singles chronology
"Dropdead / Look Back And Laugh"
(2004)
"Converge / Dropdead"
(2011)
"Dropdead/Ruidosa Inmundicia"
(2013)

Converge / Dropdead is a split single featuring songs by the American hardcore bands Converge and Dropdead. The single was self-released commercially in digital and 7" vinyl formats by both of the bands on June 16, 2011, and will be distributed through Deathwish Inc. and Armageddon.[1][2][3] Copies were also available during Converge and Dropdead's May/June 2011 tour with Trap Them and Burning Love.[4]

Track listing

Side A: Converge

  1. "Runaway" – 2:05

Side B: Dropdead

  1. "Paths of Glory" – 1:38

Personnel

Converge

Dropdead

  • Ben Barnett – guitar
  • Devon Cahill – bass
  • Brian Mastrobuono – drums
  • Bob Otis – vocals

Production and artwork[5]

  • Kurt Ballou – production on "Runaway" at Godcity in early 2011, co-production on "Paths of Glory" at Godcity from 2004–2011
  • Dropdead – co-production on "Paths of Glory"
  • John Golden – mastering
  • Jacob Bannon – artwork

References

  1. ^ Adams, Gregory (April 29, 2011). "Converge Reveal Split Seven-Inch with Dropdead, Dish Info on Next Album". Exclaim!. Retrieved April 29, 2011.
  2. ^ Yancey, Bryne (April 29, 2011). "Converge / Dropdead split 7-inch detailed". Punknews.org. Retrieved April 29, 2011.
  3. ^ "Converge, Dropdead split EP details revealed". LambGoat. April 29, 2011. Retrieved April 29, 2011.
  4. ^ Harris, Chris (March 18, 2011). "Converge Have Lots on Their Proverbial Plate". Gun Shy Assassin. Retrieved April 29, 2011.
  5. ^ Converge / Dropdead (vinyl back cover). Converge and Dropdead. 2011.
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