Good day Extreme fans! While it may not be the best of times right now, what's a better time to check out all previous editions of Extreme Of The Extreme? May as well do it while you're stuck inside.
Canadian hardcore quintet Fractures & Outlines are preparing their latest installment, and as such have readied their newest single for listening. The new single, "Kerosene", isn't here to lead into a new album, but instead as a song to keep you entertained during lockdown during this whole pandemic.
Fractures & Outlines put the extent of their influences into this latest track. Taking hints from hardcore legends, such as early Silverstein or Alexisonfire as well as metalcore hardhitters like Obey The Brave and Killswitch Engage. "Kerosene" also features a guest vocal performance from Salem Trials frontman Jericho Spencer-Champagne to add to the powerful nature of the track.
Discussing the new track, the band comments: “[it's] A political song about uprising against the establishment; burning down what was built before us so we can rebuild it again. It is a song about unification and brotherhood, and not being afraid to fight for a better world. It features anthemic choruses and fast-paced, aggressive verses.”
"Kerosene" the new song from Canadian hardcore band Fractures & Outlines is now ready for your listening pleasure below and will be available on streaming services this Friday. Be sure to let the band know what you think of the new song and check out their latest album Defenceless which released last year.