Honour Crest Premier Lyric Video for New Song “Flux”

Virginia’s Honour Crest have just released a new lyric video for “Flux”, a track off their upcoming Indianola Records debut here http://youtu.be/TGzxtJO_mVk . The post-hardcore/electronica band will be releasing their third recorded effort “Metrics” through the label on September 25th. The band currently has a lyric video of the first single, “Horcrux,” from the upcoming album available at http://youtu.be/YrXagZPSiI8 as well as another track at http://youtu.be/7F2K6wB5OoY. Here is what some of the critics are saying about Honour Crest thus far:


“Passionate vocals and tight fast rhythms that turn on dime and punch your ears strategically with well-placed singing and screaming/howling. Beautiful.”

HM Magazine

“This is a highly anticipated record and I can honestly say that their devoted fan base is not going to be disappointed.”
Digital Veins

“Honour Crest has a very bright future ahead if they keep up this kind of impressive song writing and originality.”
Lexington Music Press

Formed in the Virginia Beach and Norfolk areas during 2007, Honour Crest seamlessly blends fast post-hardcore and electronica. Zach Fitzpatrick, Jimmy Dillon, and Cory Beaver perfectly compliment Luke Borza’s aggressive vocals on guitar, bass, and drums respectively. Rounding out the five-piece and adding an extra dimension is Chad Orange’s electronic programming, fusing perfectly with the band’s guitar work and vocals. Metrics will be Honour Crest’s  third release and the follow up to their 2010 self-titled EP. The brand new album was recorded by Andrew Baylis and mastered by Taylor Larson. It showcases the band’s ever flowing progression throughout each of their three releases.

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