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Hardcore band CROSSED KEYS unveil the full stream of anticipated debut EP “Saviors”!

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Philadelphia’s own CROSSED KEYS release their Hellminded Records debut, Saviors, on October 4th. The melodic punk quintet features former members of Kid Dynamite, Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer, and The Curse. Saviors is comprised of seven songs that offer a fresh take on the melodic punk-hardcore played in the tri-state underground scene of the late 90’s and early aughts. This release will certainly resonate with fans of Samiam, The Bomb, and The Loved Ones. You can stream Saviors a day early by heading over to DyingScene.com or hitting the play button below.

To support the release, Crossed Keys will be performing across the Northeast throughout the rest of 2019. Tour dates below.

10/12 @ Creep Records – Philadelphia, PA w/ Sunstroke, Goddamnit, Brackish, Rusty Pigeon
10/26 @ Gas House Dance Hall – Catasauqua, PA w/ The Color Fred and Esta Coda
11/9 @ The Cobra Club – Brooklyn, NY w/ Neckscars, Goddamnit, Walk the Wire
12/5 @ The Khyber – Philadelphia, PA w/ inside voices & be well
12/6 @ Sidebar – Baltimore, MD w/ Solitary Set, Flabbercasters, Lushfarm

“Set fire to all that you hold dear, so you don’t have to face your fears,” sings vocalist Joshua Alvarez (Halo of Snakes) in reflection of moving past the things that hold us back.  After playing in numerous bands around Philadelphia over the years, the members of Crossed Keys bring their varied experiences together to create a unique, driving melodic sound.

Alvarez is joined by drummer Dave Wagenschutz (Kid Dynamite, Good Riddance), bassist Andrew Wellbrock (Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer), and guitarists Beau Brendley (The Curse, Kill The Man Who Questions, R.A.M.B.O.) and Dave Adoff (Step Ahead, Jackie Thousand).  “Saviors” was recorded over a weekend in May 2019 at Noisy Little Critter in Downington, PA by Mike Bardzik (Joyce Manor, Kill Your Idols, Spraynard) and mastered at West West Side Music (The Misfits, Converge).

From the wistfulness of “Times of Grace” recalling shared times in basements and firehalls to the frustration of inaction voiced in the title track, “Saviors” is seven tales of gratefulness for all of those moments and people in our lives that led us to this point.

Crossed Keys has played venues all over the tri-state area, supporting bands such as H2O, Dave Hause & The Mermaid, The Lillingtons, Good Riddance, Shades Apart, and Strike Anywhere.

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