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Lisbon hardcore band PUSH! strike hard with explosive new single “Unbreakable”

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Portuguese hardcore band PUSH! have recently shared their new power single entitled “Unbreakable”, taken from the upcoming EP “Bad Intentions”, to be released through Knives Out Records later in 2022. The new banger comes with a cool new music video, recorded and edited by the band’s vocalist Noia (Nuno Cruz) in a kickboxing school called Academia Kolmachine, starring their friend and kickboxing coach, Diogo Diniz.

The EP will be released by Knives Out Records and was mixed by André Afonso from The Voynich Code, and mastered by Brad Boatright from Audiosiege.

“”Bad Intentions” talks a lot about self-belief, actions/reactions, and the power of the unknown.” – comments the band. “It’s almost like a reflection exercise. The brutality of the tracks also speaks for itself, so “Bad Intentions” turns out to be our mantra for this EP. “We’re coming with bad intentions””


PUSH! is a five-member collective from Lisbon (Portugal), that plays new school hardcore with old school metal influences. Playing since 2013 the band has already three albums and has shared the stage with all the big names in the hardcore scene (bands such as Madball, Backtrack, Strife, Brutality Will Prevail, Sworn Enemy, and the Portuguese Devil In Me and For The Glory.).


The past years were busy for PUSH!, they played extensively in Portugal and Spain, and had their first European tour in 2019. The band brings energy and anger in every release and “Bad Intentions” is no exception.

Guest Spotify playlist: 10 heavy tracks, by PUSH!

Shackled – Our Stance
Speed – We See U
Have Heart – Life is hard enough
Champion – promises kept
Nails – Tyrant
End – Pariah
Stray from the path – ring leader
Malevolence – self supremacy
Drain – Watch you Burn
Dead Heat – Subterfuge

For more Portuguese hardcore, check out DEVIL IN ME!

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