Album Stream: Survival Method, Reality Blurred

The Texas hardcore, punk and metal scene is a breeding ground for some of the most intense and innovative sub culture music. If there is a template for fast, heavy, aggressive hard core music, Texas bands have continuously pushed that template to its most extreme level.
Dallas/Ft. Worth’s Survival Method is no exception. Playing their brand of fast abrasive hardcore, Survival Method take cues from the likes of NYHC greats Leeway and Killing Time and combined it with fast metallic riffing to create their five-track debut EP, Reality Blurred. In their two years of existence Survival Method have done extensive DIY touring from the west coast, through the Midwest (playing Midwest Blood Fest) and even delved into the swamps of Florida to be a part of FYA Fest.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Daniel Schmuck (Power Trip, Narrow Head, Kept in Line) in Argyle, Texas, Reality Blurred brings an urgent conciseness to their crossover sound and, lyrically, a sense of questioning about where this world is headed. Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering the stream of the EP (below):

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