CRUSADE, the New York City-based punk/hardcore/death rock band featuring Lawrence Susi (ex-SUBZERO, BREAKDOWN) on lead vocals, have revamped their lineup and are "back stronger than ever," according to Susi. "Other than myself and guitarist John Troy, we have enlisted former EVENTIDE members Jon Boucher (bass) and Anthony Realbuto (drums), who has also done time in MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD along with rap group M.O.P.," Larry writes. "Also there has been the addition of classically trained pianist Melissa Andreev on keyboard/sample duties. We are currently writing and demoing and are looking for a label to release a follow up to 2003's 'The Beauty Within the Decay' which was poorly handled by Germany's Trace Records. Look out for dates on the East Coast."
Upcoming CRUSADE tour dates:
Dec. 02 - Trash Bar - Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Dec. 12 - The Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
Dec. 17 - Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY (private)
Dec. 22 - Don Hills - New York, NY
Jan. 06 - The Continental – New York, NY
For more information, visit www.crusadenyc.com.
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