Grace: Suburban Scum, The Banner Members Bring Metallic Hardcore on “Comfort in Misery”

Photo: Daryl Shelton

The musicians in Grace have a deep history within the East Coast hardcore scene. Between them, the members of the New Jersey-based quintet have played in such groups as Suburban Scum, The Banner, and World Demise.

Formed in 2018, Grace lean into the metallic side of the hardcore sonic spectrum. After dropping a couple of tracks on Bandcamp a year later, the band took the lockdown time and fleshed out the material will eventually be heard on their forthcoming self-titled EP.

With a lyrical focus on the struggle to make it through the darker realities of life, the 4-song EP is being released later this month. Listen to a track called "Comfort in Misery" from the record below to get an idea of what Grace is about:

Grace vocalist Jeremy Hamilton said the following about "Comfort in Misery" to No Echo:

“It’s about being your own worst enemy and being stuck in that place inside your own head.”

The 4-song Grace EP will arrive on all digital platforms through Upstate Records and Blood Blast Distribution on September 24th.


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