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Denver’s rap infused hardcore pack FOX LAKE joins MNRK Heavy roster, drops “Savior” video

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MNRK Heavy is stoked to announce that the Colorado based, IDIOTEQ-featured hardcore group FOX LAKE has joined their roster. They’re gearing up to release a new full-length album!

FOX LAKE, hailing from the high altitudes of Denver, brings a fresh and electrifying sound to the heavy music scene.

The band kicked off in 2017 with four friends jamming in a basement, aiming to break away from the usual metalcore vibe. They mix hardcore, hip-hop, and rock ‘n’ roll into their music, creating a unique and powerful sound. Over the years, they’ve stepped up their game with groovy beats, punchy rhythms, and a rebellious attitude that packs a serious punch.

Scott Givens, MNRK Heavy’s SVP Rock & Metal, says, “FOX LAKE is an amazing band that makes a great addition to the MNRK Heavy roster. They have put in a ton of work building their career to this point, and we are honored to have been chosen as their label as they enter the next phase of their career. I look forward to a long partnership with the band.”

FOX LAKE by Photo by Nox Nohi
FOX LAKE by Photo by Nox Nohi

To celebrate the signing, FOX LAKE just dropped a video for their new single, “Savior.”

The band says, “Whether it be from the corruption, lies, abuse of power, or just plain disrespect, so many people, regardless of their political identity, have lost faith in our systems. The belief that our institutions are looking out for us seems to be a thing of the past. ‘Savior’ is a rallying cry for anyone who feels disenfranchised. It’s an energetic wake-up call to confront our responsibilities. We need to look out for each other because no one else will.”

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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