Enabler’s Fail to Feel Safe is a record that shines one of the brightest spotlights in recent memory on not only the effectiveness of the combination of metal and hardcore, but also the expansive growth that has emerged from the Enabler ranks in such a short period of time.
New Noize episode 3 with Century Media metal/hardcore/punk band Enabler. The guys spoke to us about all things NEW including their new album, Fail to Feel Safe.
With some gnarly photos thanks to Luke Mouradian, we managed to chat with Enabler vocalist and guitarist, Jeffrey Lohrber, about not only the band’s latest album, La Fin Absolue Du Monde (released May 27, 2014), and show off what gear he holds dear! Melding metal, hardcore, punk, and crust, this Ohio-based 3-piece is loud as hell and ready to rip ya a new one!
Enabler have been around for only four or five years, but have seen a number of releases on various record labels and have spent seemingly endless amounts of time on the road. With their latest offering, Shift Of Redemption, due out April 9th via Think Fast! in 7″ format, the Milwaukee punk/hardcore/metal act serve up a crusty chunk of pissed off crossover that reminds me of everything good about punk rock.