Following the release of their brand new End 12″ EP, out now via Get This Right Records and Beatdown Hardwear, Southeastern Pennsylvania’s CDC has confirmed the routing for their upcoming Spring US tour in support of the record. The tour runs from April 2nd through 13th, including shows down the East Coast and out to Puerto Rico for one gig before touring homeward. The venture includes CDC‘s performance at at Southeast Beast Fest in Jacksonville, Florida alongside Life Of Agony, Biohazard, Cro-Mags, Earth Crisis, Rotting Out, King Nine and many others.
Less than a month following the new tour, CDC has also been added to Breast Fest on May 8th and 9th in Fayetteville, North Carolina with H20, Crown Of Thornz, Cruel Hand, Bitter End, Lifeless, Discourse, labelmates Society Sucker and more.
CDC Tour Dates:
4/02/2015 Black Tire Skate Supply – Dover, DE
4/03/2015 Green Light Sound Studio – Augusta, GA
4/05/2015 Club Aqua – Jacksonville, FL @ Southeast Beast [info]
4/06/2015 Pugs Live – Tallahassee, FL
4/07/2015 Churchill’s Pub – Miami, FL
4/11/2015 Club 77 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
4/12/2015 Goat House – Odessa, FL
4/13/2015 Rockin’ Hard Saloon – Murrells Inlet, SC
5/08-09/2015 The Drunk Horse Pub – Fayetteville, NC @ Breast Fest
CDC‘s End is available digitally through BandCamp HERE, and on multiple colors of vinyl — 308 copies on yellow/orange wax, 411 copies on burgundy/purple, and 320 copies on black wax with a screen-printed B-side exclusively for mailorder customers. Stateside orders can be placed HERE and European orders HERE.
Released in February through a joint released by Get This Right Records and Beatdown Hardwear, CDC‘s End closes a five year gap since their last release, delivering five, groove-heavy tales with a slick, streetwise, tension-fueled delivery, recorded with Vince Ratti at Skylight Studio (Balance And Composure, Title Fight, Turmoil) and mastered by Will Yip at Studio 4 (Cop Problem, Lauren Hill, Blacklisted). Revolver Magazine issued that the band’s “bolt-tight, extra-chunky style of hardcore reminiscent of bands like Hatebreed and Merauder, and its stripped down assault is striking. Pummeling riffs set just the right stage for Brooke Schwartz’s frontmanship, an ace combination of a punk snarl and hip-hop flow.” Lambgoat championed the band’s attitude and dedication: “If you’re a real fan of hardcore, I mean the type of person who would attend a Tuesday night Bent Life show at the local VFW, then you’ve probably heard of CDC. For more than a decade, the Lansdale, Pennsylvania band has been bouncing around the globe, spreading the gospel of blue-collar, DIY hardcore.” Selective Memory praised the new recording, offering in part, “I love the group’s street antics. I love that they are not afraid to get dirty and become as much as a fan for their music as the fans themselves. I love that End digs into the trenches of East Coast mentality and comes up for air with both arms swinging.” Stereokiller reviewed End with a 4/5 rating, offering, “The hip-hop hardcore is a dying breed and mostly because bands can’t do it right anymore. CDC has proven they can do it right on at least one track and they can be successful in producing more like it, this could be what really separates themselves from their peers… End is a fun blending of old meets new with the return to a more simple song writing approach with the evolved vocals.”