Today, Peace'd Out released its debut E.P., a blistering 5-song set featuring that can best be described as a kick in the teeth (or pants, depending on whichever hurts the most).

But it's a GOOD hurt.

Peace'd Out is a new project from Vinnie Caruana of The Movielife/I Am the Avalanche, Steve Choi, guitarist/multi-instrumentalist of RX Bandits, Casey Deitz of the Velvet Teen and Roger Camero of No Motiv. 

As this might suggest, Peace'd Out's sound is pretty experimental - and Caruana's screamed vocals demonstrate a side of him a lot of music fans probably didn't know he had. It works very well - he snarls and shouts along to the songs, which routinely change tempos and rhythms.

http://youtu.be/ktlFaNEkn-Y

Steve Choi helped inject RX Bandits with some of their musical personality, and it's the same situation with this project - riffs swirl, chug, re-charge, shift directions and waterfall around creating powerful, slamming crescendos of six-string rage that accentuates Caruana's voice perfectly.

On Twitter, I referred to Peace'd Out as sounding 'otherwordly', and the band corrected me with the phrase 'space mosh' - which is exactly what this is. It's next-level.

If you haven't gotten the point of this post yet - THIS EP RULES. Go get it on iTunes or listen to it on Spotify. Better yet, buy it straight from them!

And support these guys - who knows, maybe if enough people buy this EP they can go out on tour...because they'd undboutedly have one hell of a live show.

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