Entropy (NY) Offers Fast Melodic Hardcore on “I Like the Cut of Your Gibberish” (PREMIERE)

Based out of the Hudson Valley region of the state, Entropy (NY) is a melodic hardcore punk band that formed back in 2012. 

Influenced by '80s East Coast hardcore, as well as '90s West Coast melodic punk, the quintet should appeal to the kind of music fan who appreciates both classic Fat Wreck Chords and Revelation Records catalogs.

For their latest material, Entropy (NY) worked at Nada Recording with John Naclerio, an engineer/producer who you might know from his work with the likes of My Chemical Romance, All Out War, and Bayside. 

Today, No Echo is happy to present "I Like the Cut of Your Gibberish," the first track released from the next Entropy (NY) record:

"The song is about humanity's tendency to ignore major problems that are solvable and just burn everything down when confronted with it," Entropy (NY) vocalist Brian Lawrence tells No Echo. 

"It was originally climate issues that inspired it, but it could really be a multitude of problems facing humanity that are being referenced. The lyrics liken our long term impact to painting mud because once we're gone, it'll wash off pretty quickly."

Photo: Katie Chirchillo

"I Like the Cut of Your Gibberish" is available to download on Bandcamp today, with proceeds being donated to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley.

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