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In anticipation of Earth Crisis‘ next record THE DISCIPLINE out this year via the good folks at Bullet Tooth , a few of their friends and biggest fans got together to speak about what the band and music means to them. 20 years after their debut album Destroy The Machines was released, Davey Havok (AFI), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy), Igor Cavalera (Sepultura), Toby Morse (H2O), Dan Smith (LA Ink), Paul Waggoner (Between The Buried And Me), Peter Young (ALF), and Joel Capolongo (Sea Shepard) discuss those songs, the messages, and the impact Earth Crisis has had on their lives and the straight edge and animal rights movements worldwide. Watch it BELOW.

This is a great reminder of how music can still have important social impact.

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Earth Crisis announce new EP release with Bullet Tooth

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 11:44 AM (PST)

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Vegan metalcore founders Earth Crisis are back with another great release, keeping their recent streak going strong!

The EP will have two newly recorded songs from the band’s pioneering debut album Destroy The Machines, and two unreleased songs die-hard fans may recognize from unreleased demos from the 90’s.

 Founding member, guitarist and song writer Scott Crouse, commented, “We think the songs on Destroy The Machines are still strong, and relevant, two decades later. We have always wanted to re-record them, and figured the 20 year anniversary of the album was a fitting occasion. Our intention isn’t to erase the original versions, just offer another version we feel will offer the power and clarity the songs deserve.  We also decided to record two songs we demo’d years ago because they’re great and people need to hear them! “Behind The Mask” and “Time Of Strife” are timeless and we think ExC fans will love them.”
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Earth Crisis premiere “Out of The Cages” lyric video

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 5:25 PM (PST)

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Salvation Of Innocents, the epic new album from EARTH CRISIS, is nearing release worldwide, its street date for North America now slated for March 18th. Check out the Metal Riot review of this molten monster HERE. (I think we may have been the first site to have a review of it up)

The focal point of Salvation Of Innocents is aimed at ending human injustices towards animals and the environment in the ever-antagonistic EARTH CRISIS style, and as boldly exemplified in the brand new lyric video for the album’s second of twelve massive tracks, “Out Of The Cages.” Through underground activist footage the band’s lyrical intent with the song is unquestionable, and their vibrant, modern tone is ultra apparent in the musical backdrop for of the video. Stated guitarist Scott Crouse of the track, “‘Out Of The Cages’ is one of my favorite songs on Salvation… Everyone watch the lyric video, and do your homework, because it’ll be a live set staple for sure.”

 Revolver today helped Earth Crisis get the message out  AT THIS LOCATION.

Preorders for the CD and LP versions of Salvation Of Innocents can be placed HERE, and via iTunes HERE.

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Album Review: Earth Crisis – Salvation of Innocents

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, January 3, 2014 at 1:30 PM (PST)

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I get similar feelings listening to the new Earth Crisis disc as I got from Newsted’s Heavy Metal Music. Yes, the newest from the legendary vegan hardcore heroes is quite a bit different from the ex-Metallica bassist’s very cool go at a proper “solo” metal band, but both made me think that if anyone is a fan of the overall genres of these records that they couldn’t possibly come away unsatisfied, unless they have brain damage. “King Of The Underdogs” and “Soldierhead” have everything a Jason-era heavy metal fan of Metallica could ask for. In the case of Earth Crisis, Neutralize The Threat was awesome front to back (especially the no holds barred title track) and if “Devoted To Death” doesn’t get you running to the pit, you just don’t like true hardcore.

Earth Crisis have proven on recent releases that, like the latest Stu Block fronted Iced Earth, the band is on a mission to connect and unite fans of all stylistic eras of their group. Will Salvation prove as influential as Gomorrah’s Season Ends? Probably not, but that doesn’t mean good bands need to just hang it up past their “halcyon days”. I was watching an often plodding but oddly hard to turn off old British murder show called Midsomer Murders the other night (which has apparently run for about a hundred seasons) and when a younger guy mentioned to an older dude that things were different “in his day”, the older character responded that “it still is my day.” Likewise, Earth Crisis are very much still alive and kicking.

Click HERE to read the full review!

Earth Crisis sign with Candlelight Records, writing new material

Posted by Fireball13 on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 8:40 AM (PST)

Syracuse metalcore band Earth Crisis have recently signed a worldwide record deal with Candlelight Records. The band is currently writing and demoing new material for their ninth studio album. They expect to start recording in June.

About the upcoming album and the signing, guitarist Scott Crouse commented: “We are excited to be working on a new album, and equally as excited to be working on it with Candlelight. Their roster speaks for itself. It’s an honor to be alongside bands like Fear Factory, Corrosion of Conformity, and our old friends in Vision of Disorder.”

Vocalist Karl Buechner commented: “I’m really looking forward to sharing this next chapter of EC with Candlelight Records. I think they’ve proven to know the genre well, and will help push us in the right direction.”

Candlelight co-owner Steve Beatty noted: “I am very proud to have EARTH CRISIS on Candlelight. I hope our partnership sees the band retain their rightful place in extreme music.”

Stay tuned and we’ll keep you updated as the details of the upcoming album are released.

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Otep announce U.S. tour

Posted by KageDrummer on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 1:57 PM (PST)

California alternative metal act, Otep, have announced a U.S. tour with Cavalera Conspiracy and Earth Crisis. The tour will last from October 4th through November 4th. To check out the full tour schedule click here.

Otep’s latest album “Atavist,” was released in April through Victory Records.

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Interview: Earth Crisis-Neutralize The Threat

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, July 6, 2011 at 9:27 PM (PST)

Scott Crouse of bruising and yet brainy SxE Hardcore/Metal Crossover titans Earth Crisis just gave a new interview regarding the influential and outspoken band’s latest offering NEUTRALIZE THE THREAT. To read the Q+A (which touches on NTT, Osama’s death, Veganism, Activism and how to stay “current” with integrity) click HERE!

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Syracuse, New York’s metalcore band Earth Crisis have released the cover art for their upcoming album “Neutralize The Threat.” The band teamed with artist Ryan Clark to create the cover art. Click here to see the cover art in all it’s glory.

Ryan had the following to say:

“Earth Crisis was a seminal band for me. When I was introduced to hardcore, EC was a band that seemed to stand out from the rest. Their unique blend of metal and hardcore made me an instant fan. I remember many EC shows in the mid nineties, climbing atop the crowd, pointing at Karl, screaming “Street by street! Block by block!”

These guys are partly responsible for what I’ve been doing with my life for the past 15+ years, so when I was asked to create the artwork for their 2011 record, I naturally jumped at the chance. Not only were they absolutely great to work with, but they’ve still got it- Neutralize is a flat-out SICK record.”

“Neutralize The Threat” is slated for release on July 12th via Century Media.

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Earth Crisis Schedules Release Date for “Neutralize the Threat”

Posted by jillettinger on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 12:55 PM (PST)

Arguably the most controversial band in hardcore for their vegan and straight edge stance, Earth Crisis has finished recording their highly anticipated 7th release, “Neutralize the Threat”, due out on July 12th via Century Media Records.

The band released a statement about the record, saying that, “We are very happy with how ‘Neutralize The Threat’ came out. Musically, it resembles the song structures on ‘To The Death’, but with a ‘Gomorah’s Season Ends’ vibe thrown in. Every song is lyrically inspired by real-life vigilante actions that have taken place around the globe. The topics range from The Black Panther Party to Bernard Goetz and we think it’s an original lyrical concept for the band, while also retaining some subject matter we are known for dealing with in the past. Zeuss is the man and definitely delivered the best sounding record we have ever had! We can’t wait for you guys to hear it!”

Check out the complete track listing here.

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Earth Crisis enters the studio

Posted by Josh on Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at 3:07 PM (PST)

Earth CrisisSyracuse Metalcore band Earth Crisis has entered the studio to begin work on their latest album. The name of the album has not been unveiled yet but the band has released these song names “Neutralize the Threat”, “Counterstrike”, and “100 Kiloton Blast”. The album is to be released sometime this summer through Century Media Records.

To read comments from the band click here.

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