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“Illusion” – Roma hardcore pack SHORT FUSE strikes back with pumping new single, new LP coming up on New Age Records

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A couple of months after their video premiere here on IDIOTEQ (watch “In Me” HERE), Roma hardcore punks SHORT FUSE are back with another new track from their new album “Embrace Yourself”, to be released next month on New Age Records!

As Short Fuse wrap up the year with their New Age Records debut, the group are firmly in their stride, melding moshy hardcore hooks, fast-paced melodics that collide with their metallic edge, visceral onslaught and almost apocalyptic tones. “Illusion” is a great example of their style and we bet you’ll dig it immediately!

Illusion” is the fourth single from the new Short Fuse LP on New Age Records titled “Embrace Yourself” coming this December.

SHORT FUSE by @frenkio
SHORT FUSE by @frenkio

Short Fuse is a Rome-based hardcore band started in 2014. The band released its first demo “Till Death” (2014) and, after some line-up changes, recorded the EP “What Still Remains” at Hell Smell Recording Studio, released by Indelirium Records (2016).

The band played all over Italy to promote the ep which has been followed by the full length album “Sink or Swim”, recorded at Kick Studio and released – once again – through Indelirium Records. Short Fuse went on tour and played in Spain, France, Portugal and Italy, sharing the stage with Comeback Kid, Madball, Gorilla Biscuits, Adolescents etc.

Short Fuse 4 by @mattialaser.
Short Fuse by @mattialaser.

After the 2020 Portugal minitour, Gianni joined the band on drums and took part in the writing process of the second album “Embrace Yourself”, recorded and produced by Alessio from Nero di Marte throughout summer 2021.

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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