Confrontationâ€¦Activismâ€¦ Militant viewpoints put to music. That’s Earth Crisis.
Recently relocated its American office from Los Angeles to New York City, independent label I Scream Records is excited to announce the re-release of Earth Crisis â€˜Breed The Killersâ€™ to hit the street and internet on November 4 in the US and November 7th in Europe, Insert blurb on bonus tracks.
“Our revolution is real, it’s radical,” states vocalist Karl Buechner. “There’s n o empty sloganeering.”
Haling from Syracuse, NY, Earth Crisis is heavy hardcore taken to a new level, itâ€™s a steely combination of technical chops and bilious ferocity. â€œOn Breed the Killers I think we achieved the most honest representation of our sound without sounding too raw or too slick,” says drummer Dennis Merrick.
It’s a militancy that’s made Earth Crisis controversial and misunderstood, insightful and inciting and Breed the Killers takes that scorched-earth policy to a nother level.
Originally a European independent music company, I Scream Records released albums by hardcore and punk bands. Over the last 14 years, I Scream Records has grown into one of the leading European independent labels. I Scream Records has built an impressive catalogue with releases from bands like Madball, Ramallah, Inhuman, Agnostic Front, Discipline, Deathkiller, MOD, Vision, Slapshot, Guajiro, The Unseen, Stars & Stripes and Backfire and compilations such as The Worldwide Tribute To The Real Oi, to name a few. In early 2006 I Scream Records started its American operations and has since started to make it mark in the states as one of the most diverse independents recently inking a deal with distribution partner Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA).