Pressure Cracks: 'This Is Called Survival'

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  • Pressure Cracks: 'This Is Called Survival'
    POSTED 10 Jan 2020

    Pressure Cracks

    Fever 333 frontman Jason Aalon Butler likes to keep busy - in addition to his Fever duties he's recently appeared on a new song by The Used, and now his other band Pressure Cracks has just released a crushing new EP titled 'This Is Called Survival'.

    You can listen to the four-track onslaught of furious hardcore below, which clocks in at 12 minutes with zero fucking around:

    Jason told Kerrang! in an interview that this project 

    I think they [FEVER 333] should be allowed to have their own identities and, in my opinion, I think that’s the inherent nature or having ‘separate’ artistic projects. I try to be as deliberate as possible when performing in each respective project and utilizing them differently. I certainly tend to employ a more whimsical style of metaphor in Pressure Cracks and a more immediately critical style of metaphor and writing style in FEVER 333. For me, they are both outlets that I utilize for all issues I deem worthy of artistic breath and allow the issues to fan out between them.

    Pressure Cracks have previously released one EP back in 2018 and a single called 'Ready For You' last year. The band is also comprised of guitarists Dan Bieranowski and Kevin Fifield, along with bassist Ryan Doria and Bill Galvin behind the kit.

     Listen to Pressure Cracks now.

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Submitted by Site Factory admin on Fri, 01/10/2020 - 04:26

Pressure Cracks

Fever 333 frontman Jason Aalon Butler likes to keep busy - in addition to his Fever duties he's recently appeared on a new song by The Used, and now his other band Pressure Cracks has just released a crushing new EP titled 'This Is Called Survival'.

You can listen to the four-track onslaught of furious hardcore below, which clocks in at 12 minutes with zero fucking around:

Jason told Kerrang! in an interview that this project 

I think they [FEVER 333] should be allowed to have their own identities and, in my opinion, I think that’s the inherent nature or having ‘separate’ artistic projects. I try to be as deliberate as possible when performing in each respective project and utilizing them differently. I certainly tend to employ a more whimsical style of metaphor in Pressure Cracks and a more immediately critical style of metaphor and writing style in FEVER 333. For me, they are both outlets that I utilize for all issues I deem worthy of artistic breath and allow the issues to fan out between them.

Pressure Cracks have previously released one EP back in 2018 and a single called 'Ready For You' last year. The band is also comprised of guitarists Dan Bieranowski and Kevin Fifield, along with bassist Ryan Doria and Bill Galvin behind the kit.

 Listen to Pressure Cracks now.

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