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Crnkshft Releasing New Self-Titled EP

Vancouver, BC’s Crnkshft will unleash a new self-titled EP produced by Daren Grahn on March 24th, 2017 to follow the band's 2015 debut "Hard Fucking Rock." Since the band’s formation that same year, Crnkshft's engine has been firing on all cylinders setting the scene ablaze with melody and aggression influenced by bands like Alice In Chains, Five Finger Death Punch, Pantera and Godsmack.

The wrecking crew comments on this forthcoming mini-album release: “Our new EP is a beast; we are really excited to showcase our melodic side. The four songs should touch a wide demographic of fans, which is what we want. We aren’t looking to be defined as just a heavy metal band, but as a hard knocking punch to get anyone going. We're accepted by all those who listen to metal and rock. The whole idea of Crnkshft’s music is that we’ll be enjoyed by fans across a variety of genres.”

When it comes to lyrics, vocalist Shane Jolie explains: “This EP is pseudo political, but also has songs about heartache and emotions, it’s not a story from start to finish, and each song has its own message. It’s an EP to show the world who we are and what we’re all about. My writing is dark, ideas came from depression and anger, sometimes when I’m happy, but mostly not and it’s still very true to this day. I want people to take whatever they can from the listening experience of our new EP. Music always helped me out of my funks and I want Crnkshft to do the same. Let it be accessible to all people and all feelings.”

1. Systematic (3:28)
2. Tears Me Apart (4:17)
3. Old Habits (4:34)
4. Breaking The Silence (3:49)
EP Length: 16:10

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