New Incisions Single 'Gasoline'

Through the crash of a cymbal, a driving bass line and a wall of feedback, Manchester
hardcore punks Incisions emerge stronger than ever with their new single ‘Gasoline’, which you can stream everywhere now –

Following 2021’s BLISS’ LP, ‘Gasoline’ presents a slower Incisions than heard on previous
releases but retains the bite and belligerence that has endeared them to fans across the
global DIY punk community. Lyrically, the song tackles a system designed to work us to dust
and, as fans have come to expect from Incisions, the message is delivered with aggression and precision.

Drawing from such a wide array of influences was never likely to result in Incisions staying in
one lane, and ‘Gasoline’ is testament to the bands willingness to switch up their style.
‘Modern life is never fun’ may be a pessimistic assessment of the current state of the world,
but regardless of your disposition, more new music from Incisions is a welcome move in the right direction.

Incisions are now heading into 2022 with a fresh take on their now established sound and an
infamous reputation for their rowdy gigs. Since releasing their debut LP through TNS at the
end of 2018, Incisions have played alongside some of the biggest names in Punk (Poison
Idea, D.O.A, Adolescents, Drug Church, D.I to name a few) with some well received festival appearances and sold out headline gigs along the way.

Upcoming gigs:

17th April – Manchester Punk Festival w/ A Wilhelm Scream & more
29th April – Bristol Exchange w/ Discharge
30th April – Exeter Cavern w/ Discharge