Crash And Burn were formed in 2006 in the Melbourne music scene; with a style that encompasses elements from progressive, hard rock and metal.  The band released the single “Product” in 2010; they have performed along side some of Australia’s biggest and best rock outfits including Dead Letter Circus, Grinspoon, Shihad, COG, The Butterfly Effect, and Mammal.

Under the guidance of producer Drew Dedman (Superheist) the band recorded their debut album, a 12-track concept album called ‘Redesign’ in 2014 at the Rennisound studios. The singles ‘Can’t Remember’ and ‘Shades’ saw radio play on Triple R and the filmclip appear on Rage.

These two new tracks “Sever” and “Don’t Bury Me” were released April 1st and are the product of studio sessions at The Basin studios, with Drew Dedman and Matt Darcy co-producing. The results are heavy, confronting and uncompromising. Bassist Eric Stock is enthusiastic about the direction of the band and their sound. “The sessions we had with Drew and Matt produced some of the heaviest and fattest sounds we have ever punched out. We couldn’t be happier and can’t wait to show everyone these tracks!”

The double A-sided single “Sever”/”Don’t Bury Me” is available on iTunes

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Always on the lookout for new music, Jo has an eclectic taste from 80's synth pop to black metal. Music creates many emotions and memories for Jo, using it as a soundtrack to her life. She en devours to absorb music, using it to inspire her creative works.

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