The Binary Code Announces New Vocalist Rory Crumm
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The Binary Code has been hard at work preparing new material with new vocalist Rory Crumm (formerly of Swallow the Ocean). Rory joined the band in September, working extensively in preparation for the sold-out show with Periphery & Textures at the Gramercy Theatre NYC Frak the Gods tour stop. After playing a handful of shows with the Binary Code, it was decided that Rory would join the band full-time not only as a vocalist, but also to handle synths/sampling.
Rory talks about his enlistment with the band: "I am beyond humbled to have been asked to join The Binary Code and to be creating music with such talented and responsible musicians. I look forward to the writing process and progressing as a vocalist along side these fine gents."
The Binary Code had the following to say about Rory joining the group: "We are thoroughly excited to have Rory as a part of the band. We were fans of his previous band Swallow the Ocean long before we started working together. Considering our most recent exploration of the post-metal genre, Rory's vocal abilities, both screaming and singing, and other instrumental talents are absolutely equal to the task, and then some. We're going to be doing vocal pre-production very soon, and plan to share that with our listeners when we're done. It's a wonderful feeling knowing the confines and limitations of our music continue to disappear as each song is written."
The band is periodically writing and recording new pre-production full-length at its very own Studio Nil in Bloomfield, NJ. Upon completion of the pre-production, the group will enter the studio in late-Winter/early-Spring with a yet-to-be-announced engineer.
The Binary Code also has the following upcoming shows with Rivers of Nihil:
11/4 O'Reilly's - Philadelphia, PA
11/5 TBA - NY, NY
11/6 PT-109 - Allston, MA (email email@example.com for info)
11/7 Lit Lounge - NYC, NY
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