the metallic hardcore punk movement thus far. Ably
combining the teeth-clenching hatred of a hardcore band with
the unmitigated technicality and ferocity of metal, Knocked
Loose have conceived state of the art hatred– a true melting
pot of ideas that combines pit-ready riffs, memorable
songwriting and deviously clandestine melody into a boiling-
over pot of vitriol.
, Knocked Loose, comprised of the
young Cole Crutchfield (rhythm guitar), Bryan Garris (vocals),
Isaac Hale (lead guitar), Kevin Otten (bass) and Kevin Kaine
(drums), have taken a huge leap, moving from upstart
hardcore-influenced favorites to bonafide key figures of the
genre. Their debut offering was a revelation, taking the world
by storm and establishing the band as a major force within
metal, hardcore and beyond. Following the well received
effort, Knocked Loose hit the road and hard. The band is quick
to single out turning point tours such as Warped Tour 2017, a
stellar showing at This is Hardcore 2018, headlining gigs over
Terror and Australia/Japan tours as crucial to
their growth, and while that may be partially true, the real
key component to their success lies beneath all of that– a
strong attention to excellent songwriting and a near-undying
Knocked Loose have doubly proven their ability to write a
cohesive and compelling record, and the band is looking
forward to proving themselves yet again at live gigs across
the globe, fan by fan. It’s this single-minded, borderline-
stubborn attitude to take the songs directly to the people that
has driven this band from the get-go.
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