MIRACLE DRUG’s How Much Is Enough Now Playing At Noisey; EP Out This Friday Through WAR Records

Miracle Drug live 18 [photo by Errick Easterday][photo by Errick Easterday]

Stream / share MIRACLE DRUG’S How Much Is Enough RIGHT HERE.

WAR Records will release the How Much Is Enough debut EP by Louisville’s MIRACLE DRUG in the coming days, the outfit founded by members of Mouthpiece, By The Grace Of God, C.R., Supertouch, and other notable hardcore/punk quartet acts. The entire record is now streaming at Noisey alongside an interview with the band, days ahead of the EP’s release this Friday.

MIRACLE DRUG prefers to live in the present, existing in the moment, channeling the experiences of the past through the energy and excitement of the future. Recorded by Will Allard (Xerxes, Whips/Chains) at his Dot Complex studio in Louisville, How Much is Enough is a six-song blast of raw, aggressive, yet melodic-tinged hardcore that should satisfy both fans of the early Revelation Records catalog and late ’80s D.C. hardcore. With a sound that spans different generations of hardcore, MIRACLE DRUG puts their own spin on a sound crafted in the ’80s by bands like Swiz and Dag Nasty, mixing it with a more chaotic and noisy brand of hardcore played by such ’90s hardcore bands as Sparkmarker, 108, Refused, and Threadbare.

Stream MIRACLE DRUG’s How Much Is Enough EP early alongside an interrogation with vocalist Bricks Avalon at Noisey RIGHT HERE.

WAR Records will issue How Much Is Enough EP digitally this Friday, July 21st, with the 12″ vinyl and CD to see release on August 11th. Find preorders via iTunes HERE, the label store HERE, and Bandcamp HERE.

Following their hometown record release show for How Much Is Enough last week, MIRACLE DRUG is East Coast-bound next week where they play two shows in Philadelphia; the first with Violent Society and Kill Your Idols followed by a set at This Is Hardcore the next day with Shelter, H20, Leeway, Murphy’s Law, and more. August sees them at The Kids Fest and Matter Fest, with more live actions to be announced.

7/29/2017 Black Box At Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA with Kill Your Idols and Violent Society
7/30/2017 The Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA @ This Is Hardcore w/ Shelter, H20, Leeway, Murphy’s Law, more
8/06/2017 Bobby’z Place – Berea, KY @ For The Kids Fest w/ Jig, Divebomb, Guerilla Warfare, and more
8/26/2017 The Showroom – Indianapolis, IN @ Matter Fest w/ Bruise, Shame, Capital Offense, Greyhaven, more