Underground hardcore punk injected rock n’ rollers ENGRAINED , who have built up a massive live following in their native Germany since their inception in the early 90′ are ready to release a brand new 5 track EP entitled “Anger, Roots & Rock n’Roll”, on SPV/Steamhammer July 13th in North America.
ENGRAINED was born in Sarstedt (Rock City) near Hannover/Germany in the early nineties as a three headed hardcore band. For over 20 years ENGRAINED rocked a many stages with excellent bands including: The Dickies, Peter Pan, Gluecifer, US Bombs and many more. Today the fast, hard and straight punk´n´roll of ENGRAINED is well known in local clubs around Hannover, Germany.
Guitarist George “Schorse” Schröder cannot wait for the EP to receive its North American release:
“My god, it’s awesome to have a record out in the states. ENGRAINED was born in the early 90ies, we rocked the stages with many well known acts over the years. Last year we got signed by SPV/Steamhammer and released the EP within Europe. It fetched a lot of good feedback over here so we’re very excited about what will happen in the states. What could the people expect from the EP? Just pure raw ‘n filthy Rock n Roll with a good shot of Punk Rock and Hardcore in the mix. We don’t care about niches or trends, we just do it the way we like to do it but always with heart,blood and soul. It’s only Rock n Roll but we fuckin’ like it !!!!”
ENGRAINED’S new EP “Anger, Roots & Rock n’Roll”, contains four ferocious, fluid, hard driving songs, plus a cover of Poison Idea’s ‘Plastic Bomb’, which is the perfect introduction to this visceral hard rock band.
Now, having signed a record deal with the SPV/Steamhammer, ENGRAINED, one of Germany’s best kept hardcore rock secrets, are ready to unleash their debut international release, “Anger, Roots & Rock n’ Roll”, on July 13th in North America. Look for a full length release later this year.
2.) Pretty City
3.) Leave You Behind
4.) Rock n Roll Scum
5.) Plastic Bomb (Poison Idea Cover)
For more info on ENGRAINED be sure to visit: