New York noisy hardcore punks Crushed are currently offering up a full stream of their new EP, Deep User, via Decibel. Featuring six tracks of gritty NYC hardcore, the EP will officially be self-released by the band tomorrow (April 14). Check it out after the break.
NYC’s Crushed is a band that came entirely out of left field for me. Someone told me to check out a couple of tracks from their new album Deep User on bandcamp, and then I saw it was a hardcore band and kind of sighed to myself a little because there have been a total of like five new hardcore records I have really liked in about as many years. So far though, 2017 seems to be shaping up to be an exception to this rule – which is exciting. Continue Reading
New York noisy hardcore punks Crushed have announced the release of their sophomore EP. The new release, which follows 2013’s Losing Shit EP, will be titled Deep User and will be self-released on April 14. The EP was recorded and mixed by Ben Greenberg of Uniform, mastered by Josh Bonati (Pharmakon, etc), and will feature six tracks that blend classic New York hardcore grit with Amphetamine Reptile abrasiveness. Check out the EP’s artwork, track listing, and a stream of new track “Annoying” (courtesy of Metal Sucks).
Pre-order the record here.