Human Impact share ‘E605’ video

Human Impact press photo
Photo credit: Jammi York

Human Impact have released a video for E605. The Samuel Mitchell-directed clip visually echoes the gritty, industrial-tinged noise rock on the band’s forthcoming, self-titled debut album (March 13 via Ipecac Recordings). Watch it via YouTube below.

E605 is the second song lifted from the 10-track release, with the band previously sharing the song November ( You can pre-order the album, which include instant downloads of both songs, here:

Human Impact have also announced a record release show: March 14 at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn. The show, which is on-sale now (, is the band’s second live performance to date, with the band’s inaugural live set having happened at New York City’s Union Pool. At the time, the New York Times said: “This supergroup’s lineup represents the fulfillment of a noise rock fan’s most fervent wish; the face-melting guitar sound of Chris Spencer (Unsane), coupled with the sampling mastery of Jim Coleman (Cop Shoot Cop), supported by the innovative percussion of Phil Puleo (Cop Shoot Cop, Swans) and strung together with the minimal yet impactful bass rhythms of Chris Pravdica (Swans).”

‘Human Impact’ was produced by Coleman and Spencer with recording done at BC Studios by veteran noise rock svengali Martin Bisi (Sonic Youth, John Zorn, Bootsy Collins). Additional recording was done at Hoboken Recorders with mixing completed by Alan Camlet.

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