SPLIT/CROSS – Indy Metal Vault debuts new track “Dis-seption”

“It’s an almost perfect cross of the crusty, abrasive doom of Primitive Man and the crusty hardcore of a band like Dropdead” —  Clayton T. Michaels, Indy Metal Vault

SPLIT/CROSS from South Central PA is less than a week away from the release of the debut EP, Rise of Discontent, to be out on Jan 31st digitally on Bandcamp. Hard copy versions will be available when they manage to get funds by selling digital copies or get support from their fans. 

““Dis-seption” is a song about growing up being put down or set aside due to mental illness, and others’ lack of understanding of mental illness”, the band informs. The third track Dis-seption off of the EP is streaming via Indy Metal Vault.

Stream Dis-seption at Indy Metal Vault, RIGHT HERE

Hailing from South Central PA (Harrisburg & York PA), Split/Cross can possibly be described by the sound where hardcore meets pulverizing grindcore and crust punk with the razor-sharp d-beat touch and some dabs of heavy doom/sludge. Upon further inspection, an educated pair of ears will even discover the death and black metal influences in the music as well. The music delivers a torrent of aggressive moments, soaked in sardonic and depressive interludes.  

The Debut recording of Split/Cross is a short album, entitled “Rise of Discontent”, and is being released digitally through Bandcamp only (for now) on Jan 31, 2019. Hard copy versions to be available when they get the funds or some support from some outsiders.

Spilt/Cross will be playing shows and writing for the next release (whatever that maybe) for mid to late 2019.

PRE-ORDER:
https://splitcross.bandcamp.com/album/rise-of-discontent

MORE INFO:
https://www.facebook.com/splitcrossband
https://www.instagram.com/split_cross

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