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Society Sucker Announces New Self-Titled EP Release

Get This Right Records today confirms the September release of a new self-titled EP from Wilmington, North Carolina-based hardcore outfit Society Sucker. The following press release was issued about the band:

"Delivering their own slamming brand of NYHC-influenced East Coast hardcore, Society Sucker takes lessons from classic bands like Subzero, Next Step Up and Merauder, delivered in a brutal delivery akin to contemporary powerhouses Trapped Under Ice, Incendiary and Suburban Scum. Having quickly surged to the forefront of the quickly growing North Carolina hardcore scene since forming in the Summer of 2013, the band has performed heavily regionally along the East Coast with an extensive list of local and internationally touring acts.

"Following their debut demo dropped last year, the Summer of 2014 will bring forth the first official release from Society Sucker, having recently hooked up with Get This Right Records for the unleashing of the self-titled EP.

"With five enraged tracks loaded with more brutal hooks than a fleet of whalers, Society Sucker was recorded in February of this year at The Skylight Studio with Vince Ratti and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege, and bears bold cover art by Steven Kulesza. Society Sucker is a band committed to keeping hardcore hard. This is the proof."

Get This Right Records will release "Society Sucker" digitally and on 7" vinyl on September 16th. Stand by for music from the EP and more to be leaked in the coming days. The track listing is as follows:

1. Sentenced
2. Burdened
3. The Hangman
4. Repeat Offender
5. Powerless

With other shows and tour plans in the works Society Sucker has locked down a hometown record release show for th new record on September 13th, with Criminal Instinct, Discourse, Heavy Chains, Fairlane, and Rapid Change joining the chaos.

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