With the current state of the world we need hardcore punk musicians fighting for what’s right through their music more than ever and the latest band to emerge from the ashes of the fallen is The Fever 333 fronted by Jason Aalon Butler (ex-letlive.) who is this week’s special guest co-host on Wall of Sound: Up Against The Wall.
Everything this man touches, turns to gold, so you can imagine the hype behind their new EP Man An America (our review here) which was produced by John Feldmann and features the iconic Travis Barker as a guest drummer, alongside Aric Improta and guitarist Stephen Harrison. But as it turns out, being Butler‘s project, he wasn’t afraid to tell the industry professional how it should sound as he explains the band’s conception and purpose to podcast host Browny.
He also explains how The Fever 333 is a band, for the people, especially people of colour who still to this day are being racially profiled, treated like shit and are losing their lives all because of the colour of their skin. If the #BlackLivesMatter movement needed a band to champion their efforts, this is the trio to do it. So get to know them and find out more about Jason’s new side project Pressure Cracks, a Southern Californian hardcore band guaranteed to bring you our of mosh retirement.
There’s also new music from Sensaii, Serene, Jonathan Davis and Parkway Drive, throwbacks from Architects, Marmozets, Killswitch Engage, Rage Against The Machine and Every Time I Die + everything you need to know about AWS who devastatingly should have won Eurovision this year…