Earth Crisis is a band from Syracuse (New York), led by singer
Karl Buechner, that belongs to the straight-edge movement and embodies
its most idealistic extremes.
Firestorm (1993) introduced their agit-prop anthems played at
supersonic speed and with punk anger. But the album
Destroy The Machines (Victory, 1995) has trouble following the model of
the Dead Kennedys.
Inherit The Wasteland and Destroy The Machines get close, though.
Gomorrah's Season Ends (Victory, 1996) has at least one track that
could have been on Destroy:
Path Of Resistance is a side project of Earth Crisis that released
Who Dares Wins (Victory, 1996).
The Oath That Keeps Me Free (Victory, 1998) is a live album.
Perhaps jealous of the success reaped by punk-metal bands like
Korn and Staind, Earth Crisis
added melody and keyboards to their recipe and offered
Slither (Victory, 1999) to mass consumption.
Last Of The Sane (Victory, 2000) is a collection of covers and
Karl Buechner and other members of Earth Crisis started
Freya that released
As The Last Light Drains (2003) and
Lift The Curse (2007).
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