Rip Into Fractures & Outlines’ New Single ‘Kerosene’

Canadian hardcore outfit Fractures & Outlines are launching themselves into heavy hitting territory with their brand new single ‘Kerosene’. The track is a hard hittin’ mosh anthem, and kinda feels like what you’d get when you blend elements of early Silverstein with the riff-heavy A Day To Remember, with a tiny political stance akin to that of Alexisonfire. The band shares:

“It is a song about unification and brotherhood, and not being afraid to fight for a better world. It features anthemic choruses and fast-paced, aggressive verses.”

Hailing from Ottawa, Canada, ‘Kerosene’ will for sure light the five-piece a trail for success beyond their homeland, following their Canadian brothers Silverstein and Counterparts. Keep your eyes and ears tuned to what Fractures & Outlines do next on their socials:

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Wall of Sound's Head of Album Reviews. Weekend Content. Pop Punk Enthusiast.