RESSURE CRACKS (FEVER 333 ETC) ANNOUNCE UPCOMING CALIFORNIA DATES
(LOS ANGELES, CA) - JUNE 2022 -Pressure Cracks (Fever 333, Scars of Tomorrow etc) have announced two upcoming shows happening this weekend in California.
For Los Angeles (Friday 6.10.22) Pressure Cracks is playing 1720 Warehouse as part of a very special Head-On Collision: Emo Vs. Screamo event. The night features full band sets by Lil Used, Sleeptalk and Pressure Cracks. The night will be closed out with DJ sets by Aaron Gillespie of Underoath and Jason Butler of Fever 333/Letlive playing who will be playing your favorite emo/screamo tracks.
In San Francisco (Saturday 6.11.22) the band will be playing Brick and Mortar Music Hall and will include a 'Emo Vs. Screamo Afterparty' for guests. On the bill are support by Cast Away, OVEREXPOSURE, Heated and CLIQUE. The show is presented by The Hard Times.
6/10 Los Angeles, CA – 1720 Warehouse (+ DJ sets by Aaron Gillespie + others) - Tickets
6/11 San Francisco, CA – Brick and Mortar Music Hall (+ Emo Vs. Screamo Afterparty) - Tickets
About Pressure Cracks:
Pressure Cracks features Jason Aalon Butler of Fever 333 / letlive. notoriety and ex-members of hardcore metal group Scars of Tomorrow. Started initially as a project amongst longtime Orange County friends Dan Bieranowski (guitar), Kevin Fifield (guitar), Bill Galvin (drums) and Ryan Doria (bass), they connected with Butler knowing he would be perfect for the role. “Jason and I go back many years to his days singing for letlive.” says Bieranowski. “It’s awesome how something we are doing just for fun comes together naturally when the pieces perfectly fit”.
The band draws influences from the era of late 90’s and early 2000’s metal/hardcore and goes straight for the throat with their relentless riffs and technical, yet punishing drumming by Galvin. While not trying to reinvent the wheel, Pressure Cracks has created an energy that will earn a nod of respect from hardcore purists, while pushing forward with ideas and vocals that are uniquely their own.
Download Pressure Cracks Press Photo (Credit - Jen Reightley)