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Massachusets-based trio, Craetor, just dropped their new EP, Surrender. A 5-track ride full of unique sounds, this is a wild release that doesn't stick to one style. Elements of grunge, sludge, punk, noise, and more all make an appearance here as you're handed a dynamic set of tunes.

We're always interested in unique styles. Craetor has succeeded in crafting a sound that's equally raw and melodic. The instrumental seems to be at constant war with itself but in a good way. Aggressive vocal flows are gently placed over the battle while unique transitions keep you engaged through the whole thing.

Distorted bass lines and guitar licks make the instrumental feel full as punchy drums lock in an aggressive vibe. We're not sure what the band has planned next, but it's obvious that they've found "their sound". While this style might be for everyone, the fans of this level of creativity are going to go wild.

You can stream the EP in its entirety below. We also added a couple of tracks to our Underground Punk playlist on Spotify. If you like what you hear, make sure to follow Craetor to stay on top of future releases!

Craetor - Surrender EP



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