Cr3at10n

Plymouth
Hardcore Punk

We are a Punk/Hardcore band from the UK. We take heavy influence from bands such as Bad Brains, Black Flag, NOFX and Agent Orange. Adam - Lead vocals, guitar Liam - Backing vocals, bass Callum - Drums Connor - Backing vocals, guitar

We are a Punk/Hardcore band from the UK. We take heavy influence from bands such as Bad Brains, Black Flag, NOFX and Agent Orange.
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Jessy Morgan reviewed Cr3at10n 1 week ago

CR3AT10N’s ‘Audio Assault’ is pretty much self-explanatory. It’s head on collision into the chaos that comes with noise-rock. In this track, the heavy bass line sets you up for some authentic, underground grunge sludge that truly feels like a bag of bricks on your chest. Vocally, the track does hold some kind of dystopian melody, giving off some real apocalyptic vibes. I really can picture the scene – the buildings are burning and the streets are littered with people eating dogs. A modern day bubonic plague, shall we call it?

Anyway, ‘Audio Assault’ shows the development of the band, finding their feet and strengths within their talents. It’s a combination that works well, delivering brilliant transitions between verses. With an album on the horizon, this track is going to set up noise-rock fans for excitement for the next instalments into CR3AT10N’s growing discography.

Jessy Morgan reviewed Cr3at10n 3 months ago

Their latest release, ‘Anger Management’ is energy fueled. It’s combative, loud and chaotic. CR3AT10N are hardcore punk and while the first minute of ‘Where’s It Gone?’ feels like anarchy, it comes as a surprise that the vocals can stretch beyond the shouting and into an impressive tone. Not only that, but instrumentally CR3AT10N have a plethora of talent outside of their chosen genre. They bring these elements into their tracks, with clean guitar solos alongside melodic bass lines and thunderous drums. The song that displays this the most is ‘I’m So Bored Of The BBC’ where the track is rhythmic throughout, featuring a calculated break where the instruments are let loose to display their talents.
From ‘Anger Management,’ the track Slacker really stands out. It’s a true hardcore track, the kind that belongs in a small room of crowded people with sticky floors. But there talent doesn’t stop there, ‘Fake Suicide’ brings out a slower, more melodic side of the band. They’re an exciting group with a brilliant ability for songwriting and for fans of the genre, CR3AT10N are definitely worth following.


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