After a seven-year hush, REMEMBERING NEVER return to incite an audible catastrophe that has been sadly missing in the metal and hardcore world since their absence. Being no strangers to controversial subject matter, REMEMBERING NEVER have returned with twelve tracks that pick up where God Save Us left off, belting out songs of social injustices and issues that have been overlooked in your content, comfortable, cookie-cutter lives. During hibernation into reincarnation, this old beaten and broken dog has definitely learned some new tricks, having spent the last few years in a sweltering South Florida warehouse, hashing out what would become This Hell Is Home. Honing in on the more technical side without sacrificing sheer brutality and melody, REMEMBERING NEVER embraced the more technical styles of recent members Nick Ziros (INTO THE MOAT) and Steven Vazquez combined with the usual suspects, percussive punisher, Danny Burger, kicking his maniac, unpredictable style up more than a few notches, as well as frontman and lyrical assassinator, Peter Kowalsky, spewing premeditated hatred and disgust. REMEMBERING NEVER disparage the critics and skeptics with This Hell Is Home, creating a record to set standards in the metal world. This Hell Is Home is a brutal and intelligent opus, offered to a world that’s desperate for change. REMEMBERING NEVER have come to hold you accountable for your actions. You are not safe. Your presence on this earth is frivolous but detrimental. There is always someone watching. You will know fear and suffering.