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For fans of: Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Norma Jean, Code Orange
With covid canceling all of their plans, Long Island NY based hardcore act Detachment did the only thing they knew how to - write and create. This newest single release “Work Horse” is the fruit of that labor.
Detachment (known originally as “From Hollow Veins”) is the Hardcore group to look out for on Long Island, NY. They have been bringing their unique style and electrifying live performances to their local scene and the region as a whole since 2015.
In the fall of 2016, they shared the stage with bands such as Cane Hill and Sworn in, to the praise of both groups. A couple of months later they signed with The Sights Set North agency to get some true touring experience. September of 2017 they released their single entitled “Self Doubt” which received raving reviews and was featured in AP’s Spotify playlist. nearing the end of 2017, with all of the experience they gained, they made the decision to change the band name to Detachment. They took the remaining year off from touring and playing shows to write and record their debut EP.
In October of 2018 Detachment released their debut single, “Million Eyes” which was praised by websites such as Vents Magazine, Metal Nerd, Distrolution and Rock N Load magazine. That year they played shows opening for Cane Hill, Traitors and The Last Ten Seconds of Life to name a few. In 2020 they released their debut EP featuring 7 tracks showcasing their individuality, energy and talent.
"These guys channel caustic energy wrapped up in some buzzing hardcore guitars and soaring, melodic vocals."
- Pure Grain Audio
"The band has gone about spreading their explosive and visceral brand of hardcore across much of the east coast"
- Vents Magazine
"Latest track, Million Eyes, their first as Detachment, showcases an astute balance of melody and aggression whilst displaying thunderous guitars, engaging vocals and a raw accessibility."
- Rock N Load Magazine
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