The finale of The Dillinger Escape Plan left many wondering what would happen to their inhumanly talented drummer, Billy Rymer, after the dust had settled. Well, he's back with a new band he formed called Thoughtcrimes, and proves to be much more than just a greek god behind the kit.
Starting five years ago as a creative project, Rymer has yet again found a way to nestle into the hearts of math addicts. Handpicking other talents to round out the group such as Rick Pepa, Brian Sullivan, Russ Savarese and Cody Hosza, he clearly aims to continue pushing musical boundaries and conjure up impenetrable angst that'll get you out of your seat and toss the thing across the room!
Without further do, I'm stoked to present Thoughtcrimes' Tap Night EP, four tracks of fury that exemplifies what creative hardcore should sound like in 2019, no holds barred.
The Tap Night EP by Thoughtcrimes will be available this Friday!
Follow the band via Facebook to keep up with the news!