11 Songs, 29 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
73 Ratings
73 Ratings

This Album Taught Me Karate

I've already seen this band 3 times this year and their set never gets old. I pre-ordered Laugh Tracks as soon as it was available and the first time I turned on Deadringer the mosh overtook my body and I spin-kicked my dog through the front window. He came back Inside and we did a sort of Wall Of Death type collision and the energy sent everything in my living room into oblivion. When the rest of the album came out I travelled deep into the forest to be absolutely sure none of my belongings or loved ones would be harmed. I jammed the full album on a Bluetooth speaker and 4 songs in a bear came out of nowhere windmilling his arms around like a psychopath. I dodged his attacks and kept a safe 10 foot distance to let him do his thing. It seemed like he had been having a rough week. I decided to try out some of my own stuff and to my surprise when I swung my arm into a tree it broke in half and came crashing down onto my Bluetooth speaker. Luckily it was about 28 seconds into "Counting Worms" and that "OH OH" part sent the tree airborne and shredded it like a sheet of loose leaf paper being sucked into a Jet Engine. Needless to say this album is amazing, and if you listen to it you better be ready for battle. If you happen to see them live don't forget to stage dive. Oh, and my dog is fine by the way. We had a few beers and talked it over, we're cool now.

skull king

Album of the year.

Crushing breakdowns, throat shredding vocals, and a insane sense of groove. Knocked loose have managed to find the perfect blend of pure aggression with an intoxicating rhythm that'll have you hate moshing for years to come.



Alll bangers

About Knocked Loose

Bruised and bloodied, Knocked Loose opens up the pit with a brutal sound that falls between hardcore punk and metalcore. Led by screaming frontman Bryan Garris, the Oldham County, Kentucky quintet is also composed of guitarists Isaac Hale and Cole Crutchfield, bassist Kevin Otten, and drummer Dylan Isaacs. In 2011, Garris, Otten, and Hale joined with drummer Jared Barron (Concealer, Greyhaven) for an early incarnation of the band (a teenaged Garris honed his early vocal skills by practicing in various area bands with Barron). Later, they enlisted Isaacs as permanent drummer. Their first EP, Pop Culture, was released on Little Heart in 2014, quickly followed by a split EP with Louisville quintet Damaged Goods. Knocked Loose's debut LP arrived in 2016. Laugh Tracks (Pure Noise) debuted on the Billboard 200 and in the Top 50 on six separate side charts. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

Oldham County, KY




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