FULL SCALE RIOT: Opening Track To Eulogy Recordings-Bound empower By NY/NJ Hardcore Act Playing At Revolver Magazine

full-scale-riot-2016-web-photo-by-aj-montague[photo by AJ Montague]

NYC area-based hardcore quartet FULL SCALE RIOT‘s debut album, empower – featuring an all-star cast of guests including Ben Harper, Chris Rivers, Marc Rizzo, Jimmy Gestapo, and more — is scheduled for late November release through Eulogy Recordings. Revolver Magazine is now exclusively streaming the album’s opening track, “Hold You To The Fire,” as preorders for the record and more are unveiled.

Offers FULL SCALE RIOT vocalist BJ Allen alongside the first single from empower, “‘Hold You To The Fire’ is a song about betrayal and retribution. The core theme is holding your friends/enemies accountable for their actions.” The track also features a guest vocal performance by Tsarina Romanoff.

Stream FULL SCALE RIOT’s “Hold You To The Fire” at Revolver Magazine RIGHT HERE.

Eulogy Recordings will release empower on CD and digital formats on Black Friday, November 25th, the band to self-release a vinyl version later.

FULL SCALE RIOT will support Leeway in Atlantic City this Saturday, October 22nd, and has booked a release show for empower in Secaucus on November 26th, with more widespread regional tour dates to be confirmed through the coming months.

10/22/2016 Bone Yard Bar And Grill – Atlantic City, NJ w/ Leeway
11/26/2016 The Blue Room – Secaucus, NJ *record release party

With members of M.O.D., Rhythm Trip, Shat, and more, FULL SCALE RIOT follows up their Depopulation EP with the politically-motivate empower, delivering nearly a half-hour of their volatile punk/thrash-fueled hardcore. The album was recorded to 2″ tape at Trax East Recording Studio (Misfits, Turmoil, Hatebreed), engineered and co-produced by Eric Rachel with engineering assistance from Eric Kovortec, and shows massive new strengths in their songwriting and delivery. Void of senseless violence, the band perpetuates a very even-keeled and intellectual batch of socio-politically-fueled tracks, the music wrought with angst and the lyrics focusing on a more forward-thinking society. The album also features a widespread network of guests, including vocalists Jimmy Gestapo (Murphy’s Law), Tsarina Romanoff, and rapper Chris Rivers (son of the late great rapper Big Pun), and guitars by Marc Rizzo (Soulfly, Misfits) and and blues/rock/reggae/soul singer/multi-instrumentalist and activist Ben Harper.