Guerilla Warfare Announces New Ep, ‘Control’

333 Wreckords Crew’s first ever signing – Louisville, Kentucky rap metal / hardcore outfit Guerrilla Warfare – have announced a new EP “C O N T R O L”, which will be out April 22nd. The new collection of tracks is a companion to 2019’s “C O N S U M E” EP. Pulling no punches, Guerrilla Warfare are already making a name for themselves with their assertive yet considered approach to heavy music.

Drummer and vocalist Garrett Hood says “C O N T R O L is meant as a two-part concept piece about exploring dualism within society and the human psyche. Truly though, these EPs have served me as a personal diary for learning more about myself and the world around me for the last several years.”

The first single to be released from “C O N T R O L” is “MuLLigaN”. It sets the tone for Guerrilla Warfare in 2022. Working with producer Jordan Haynes, the band have created a song that captures the feeling of falling behind in life, while trying to chase your dreams and aspirations in music. There are no long intros here, Guerrilla Warfare kick you straight in the face and don’t let up for a breath.

Check out the video for the first single ‘MuLLigaN’ below:

Jynx Sign Deal With 333 Wreckords Crew For New Track ‘All In Caskets’

Jynx have shared their latest single as well as a video for their track, ‘All In Caskets’.

The new track is out today via a one-single deal with 333 Wreckords Crew.

“We feel like Jynx are doing something very special,” says the label’s Jason Aalon Butler, “as people and as creatives, and we just wanted to be a part of it so we’re putting out a song together. We didn’t ask them for anything other than this one song that I loved, I thought was amazing. So we’re putting out a song. One damn song.”

“The process was a trip for sure,” says vocalist Tommy Roulette of the single’s creation. “It was our first time recording in LA with Zach (Jones – producer). We loved working with him so much previously that we were willing to take the trip out to make it happen, after he’d relocated. We really wanted a chaotic experience that was also clear, to the point, and structured without actually being structured if you can dig it. 

“Something that’s also important to us is that we really want to push the legitimacy of metal hip hop hybrids to modern hip hop fans. We all grew up on similar music and hip hop has always been a driving force in NYC, whether you appreciate the genre or not. When writing lyrics for the song, I locked myself in the backroom, came back out, then we all figured out a way to make it hot which is how we mostly do it. 

“All In Caskets means everything to me. Writing it back in January 2020 before everything would be screwed a couple months later really spoke to us on a different level. The song kept feeling realer as the months went on so when we finally filmed the video, we knew exactly how we wanted to approach it. Don’t fall for people’s fake activism, but be aware of who actually wants change in an effort to make our world better. Don’t let fear control you.”

Guitarist Jerry DeLorenzo adds: “The song/video means a lot to me personally, because it’s the first time I really had a creative direction come to fruition exactly how I pictured it. We wanted the transition in the middle to feel as jarring visually as it is audibly. Lyrically it felt like the time to talk about challenging what you see and hear and to do better by looking at the bigger picture. We live in an era where misinformation, disinformation and fear tactics are used for monetization, and there is no way that’s healthy for anyone.”

Check out the video for ‘All In Caskets’ below.