EARTH CRISIS and CRO-MAGS are among the confirmed bands for this year's Black and Blue Bowl (formerly the Superbowl of Hardcore), set to take place May 30 at Studio B in Brooklyn, New York.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
CROWN OF THORNZ
WALL OF JERICHO
SECOND TO NONE
SON OF SKAM
EARTH CRISIS recently posted a new song, "To Ashes", on teh band's MySpace page. The track comes off the group's new album, "To The Death", which is scheduled for release on May 5 via Century Media Records (April 20 in Europe). The self-produced CD was recorded at Castle Recording Studios in Utica, New York and was mixed by Tue Madsen (HEAVEN SHALL BURN, DARK TRANQUILLITY, MOONSPELL, THE HAUNTED). Artwork for the effort was handled by Paul Romano (MASTODON, GODFLESH). The band has also partnered with PETA and plan to stay active within the animal liberation scene.
CRO-MAGS' current touring lineup consists of the following musicians:
John Joseph - Vocals
Craig Setari (SICK OF IT ALL) - Bass
A.J. Novello (LEEWAY) - Guitar
Mackie Jayson – Drums
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