Track Premiere: Schedule 1 – ‘Crucible’

Vancouver, British Columbia’s Schedule 1 find themselves straddling the fence between punk and post-punk, between hardcore and post-hardcore, with echoes of indie-pop in their melodies. They’ve shared stages with Komintern Sect (FR), Home Front (CA), and Radioactivity (US), building up a reputation with their 2022 self-titled EP. Now they’re gearing up for the release of their debut full-length Crucible, out April 10 from Mendeku Diskak (Basque Country) and Council Records (Chicago).

Today, they’re debuting the title track off of the upcoming album, “Crucible,” a driving rock song that sounds like Interpol or The National became a punk band. There’s echoey, deep melodies in this song that accompany a powerfully steady drumbeat. “Forming a relationship with someone is like metallurgy,” explains vocalist Grant about the song. “Sometimes the result is a stronger material, better than the sum of its parts. Sometimes it isn’t. ‘Crucible’ is about this process.”

Check out the track below.

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