A Knocked Loose show isn’t the kind of event you enter into lightly. The Kentucky-based hardcore band have quickly become infamous in the scene for bringing out the rowdiest and most brutal crowds. After the release of their first EP Pop Culture and their recent full-length Laugh Tracks, everyone knows by now that if you go into a KL pit you should expect to get K.O.’d.
“All my heroes went to hell.”
Knocked Loose just made my iPod the heaviest thing I own. Their debut EP Laugh Tracks is the hardest thing you’ll be part of this year. Kentucky just went from zero to brutal with these guys.
Kentucky based hardcore band Knocked Loose are set to release their debut full-length record Laugh Tracks on September 16th via Pure Noise Records. With the news comes a new music video for their single “Deadringer,” which doesn’t even make it to the three minute mark but damn is it a rager. If you didn’t already have this band on your list, now you do. Also, that album artwork should make you an instant fan regardless.
Too Close To Touch, a Kentucky based band recently signed to Epitaph Records, have streamed a new single from their upcoming full-length Nerve Endings. The new album, out March 24th and currently available for preorder, follows the band’s October 2014 self-titled debut EP. If the EP and the new track, “Hell To Pay” featuring Telle Smith of The Word Alive, are indicators of what’s to come, be prepared to strengthen your lungs. Melodic, winding, and emotionally gripping, “Hell To Pay” deals with vocalist Keaton Pierce’s feelings of his father’s abandonment of him and his family:
For Pierce’s full explanation of the track, give them a like and check out their post on Facebook.
RIYL: Jonny Craig, Pierce The Veil, Sleeping With Sirens