One of the most anticipated and talked about reunions of 2008 was without a doubt the reformation of Syracuse NY-based quintet EARTH CRISIS. The pioneers of the hardcore, straight edge movement have now officially made the decision to carry on with the band fulltime and are proud to announce a new worldwide deal with Century Media Records. The band’s most devastating offering to date, ... Read more in Amazon's Earth Crisis Store
an amazing ep from earth crisis,this is when they were still young guys so karls voice isnt as brutal at this point but the tunes on here just amaze-seriously! the earlier stuff is the best earth crisis stuff so check this out.
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5.0 out of 5 starsYikes!!!2 Sep 1999
By Kelly Magovern (email@example.com) - Published on Amazon.com
Although this early recording by this Vegan-core band out of Syracuse is laden with slightly militant overtones, I see Earth Crisis as basically attempting to do some good in this world. They helping people become more socially conscious and just make you think more. If you can see past the anger in Karl's voice and the pounding guitar riffs, then you will be impressed by the sincerity of the message. Powerful, indeed! --Kelly Magovern
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 starsGood, but not THAT good23 April 2000
By "derecho" - Published on Amazon.com
I like Earth Crisis. They got me into the whole Straight-Edge scene. But this CD is lacking something. It is raw and powerful, but at the same time it seems almost too raw, to the point of unmotivated. Their message is powerful and aspirative, and it's very apparent in this release. But the music just leaves something to be desired. Good if you like the message, average if you like the music.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 starsEarth Crisis Debut29 Feb 2004
By boogabagga - Published on Amazon.com
This is a must have for any Earth Crisis fan. It is their debut recording, and in the tradition of first release/demos, it has a very simple production and lots of minor mishaps in the recording. More importantly, this delivers, head on and in your face, the Earth Crisis message of fighting for innocent life.