Next Friday, NYC hip-hop/soul ensemble The Band Called FUSE will be unleashing their latest independent full-length—a milestone which they’ll be celebrating with a release party that same evening at Brooklyn venue Littlefield. It promises to be a can’t-miss event, and not only because several members of the DJBooth staff (including our own DJ Z) will be in attendance. As a foretaste of what’s in store, we present freshly-minted single Soul Rock Anthem, a fiery rap-rock concoction which finds frontman Silent Knight belting politically-charged bars over his colleagues’ grinding hard-rock grooves. Crew member X‘s screaming guitar riffs make an especially strong impression. Like what you’re hearing? Then be sure to cop Impossible Dream when it hits record stores and online retailers October 25. Fans in the NYC area can click here to purchase advance tickets to the aforementioned event, featuring performances by special guests Rabbi Darkside, Negros Americanos and Undeniable.
Update: We have added the Hans Augustave and Patrick Ryan Morris-directed visuals for The Band Called Fuse’s Soul Rock Anthem.
Written by richard on 01/21/14
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