Dan Crossley - Vocals
Robert Newton - Guitar
Jack Shaw - Guitar
Matt Unsworth - Bass
Shaun Hunkin - Drums
Jonathan Burgin | Elicit Music
Jamie Morgan | Empire Music
5-piece grime/beatdown band Gassed Up, from Preston UK, first formed in 2014, fusing together all the best elements of Hardcore, Metalcore and Grime.
They have since released 3 new singles showcasing the talent and abilities the band have in the hardcore genre.
Their returning release "Bitsa Park" is very different to anything the band has released before, detailing the crimes of the 'Chessboard Killer', Alexander Pichuskin, from his perspective. This metal-style hardcore aesthetic was received immensely well by the bands following, vastly increasing their popularity across the UK.
Following this release, the band hit up the stage as often as possible, sharing the stage with 50. Caliber, Astroid Boys, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, Lotus Eater, Hacktivist, Chamber of Malice and many more.
Their singles continued, releasing a much heavier take to their genre with "Mother, I Suffer" and "IPA 'TIL I DIE PA" proving to the hardcore community they can hit even harder than expectations allowed to believe.
With a more refined sound, over 320,000 listens on Spotify from all over the world, a plan to take over the UK metal scene and to branch out into Europe, the bands upcoming releases will showcase the band’s most comprehensive material to date.
Mixing a wide range of influences from all genres, the band first stepped into the scene with the single, "No Salad", paying homage to the weekend antics accustomed to Preston city life. The track was accompanied by "Gas in the Attic", both quickly gaining notoriety from the use of rapped vocals with the hardcore aesthetic instrumentals, something that was extremely new to the UK hardcore scene. This quickly became a fan favourite.
After gaining a large amount of interest and momentum, 2015 saw the release of the band’s debut EP, "Judgement", taking a more serious approach to lyrics and music, the EP propelled the band to the forefront of UK hardcore, demanding that people take notice.
Supporting the likes of Your Demise, Malevolence, Desolated, Clawhammer, Astroid Boys, Grove Street Families and Chamber of Malice, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, Lotus Eater, Hacktivist, Martyr Defiled, Gunishment, and confirmation supporting Comeback Kid in July 2019, the band have a lot set in their sites, and their upcoming EP will surefire throw the band into erspect within the hardcore community.