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Toronto’s Hardcore Punks Choices Made ready to drop new EP

Choices Made

Choices Made to release a new four-track EP ‘Reason For Conflict‘ on the 30th of April and it’s some of their best work to date.

Four fast-paced anthems that touch on the social commentary of today with a positive message of hope and promise while kicking you in the chest with an audible sound that harks back to the exciting sounds of New York hardcore and California punk rock.

Mixed and mastered by Steve Rizun (The Flatliners, Protest The Hero, The Creepshow) and released by Cursed Blessings Records, the limited edition 7? coloured vinyl comes with two extra tracks on the download card, and for a limited time, special bundle packages can be purchased from cursedblessingsrecords.com.

The band have given their insights into the EP,” It’s a four-song Hardcore 7-inch that blasts you in the face for a full eight mins” said Josh (Vocals), “This is the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of hardcore punk…enough salt to make you think and enough sugar to put you on a high!. I’m fuckin’ proud of this release!”  says Andrew (Bass)

“Recording the EP was so satisfying because the songs turned out exactly how we wanted them to. We got to work out all the kinks by playing them at shows for over a year and so when it came time to record, it was like second nature. I’m very proud of this record and I wouldn’t change a thing. Get ready to bang your head.” drummer Mike adds.

And finally guitarist Steve says, “Full-on Hardcore punk. Driving riffs, hooks, fast & thrashy with some groove……Dive in!”

Reason For Conflict will be available to stream on all digital platforms from April 30.

Pre-order your your 7″ vinyl due May 14th or Reason For Conflict Bundle HERE.

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