If cleanliness is next to godliness, who the fuck wants to be clean?
Megan Targett’s rage is palpable across her band’s cathartic debut record.
A fearsome first showing of progressive metalcore.
A suitably brutal serving of blackened metalcore.
Ethereal vocals collide with savage beatdowns.
“It’s difficult to see how Fracture wouldn’t turn the head of even the most elite-minded sourpuss.”
Three blistering new tracks that pack one hell of a punch.
The Berkshire-based quartet release their most focused and explosive work to date.
A selection of tracks to help you survive the first week of February.
A perfect blend of aggressive riffs and atmospheric post-hardcore.