Bore are releasing Bore II via Small Settlement on May 5, and their new video for “Larynx” is straightforward, punishing New York hardcore.

New York area hardcore newcomers Bore and Brooklyn based indie record label Small Settlement will be releasing the band’s second EP, Bore II, as a follow-up to 2019’s self-released debut EP, Bore. Members include: vocalist Branden Gallagher, bassist Sid Valiquette, guitarist Frank Falchek, and guitarist Danny Kopij.

“Larynx is about how we think there’s too much PC and cancel culture stuff going on today,” says Branden Gallagher, the band’s vocalist. “It’s being forced down people’s throats. The song highlights how it’s counterintuitive how people are trying to force others to lose their identities. I think it’s important to remember where we came from and our histories.”

Preorder the album here. 

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