Crease is the word! And lots of people are sure to be talking about Crease when they hear the second full-length album entitled Only Human from South Florida's edgy rock foursome.
Crease landed at Roadrunner Records after Florida's biggest commercial rock station, WZTA (94.9 ZETA), embraced Crease's anthemic, fist-pounding hit, "Frustration" which was the most requested song for weeks and remained in active rotation for a full year on the station. After the release of their debut record Vindication on Roadrunner,
Crease returned to the studio with multi-platinum, Grammy-winning engineer/mixer/producer Charles Dye, who's credits include Aerosmith, Jon Bon Jovi, Sammy Hagar, Lauryn Hill and Ricky Martin - a great pairing for the hard-hitting rock band, because the chemistry was right-on and the result undeniable." Crease's sophomore full-length Only Human contains 12 fat, hook-laden, rock hits, certain to establish Crease among rock's new powerhouse bands.
The first single off Only Human, "Nothing is Real" is as real as it gets with big guitar and melodic in-your-face vocal hooks certain to catch fire at rock radio. Stay tuned, and dig into the new larger-than-life full-length album, Only Human, from Crease.
"Crease's new album, Only Human is a pretty damn good example of how to straddle the line between power-pop, heavy metal and grunge...Crease is a heavy rock band who knows how to write a melody and a catchy riff. The album opener, "Nothing Is Real" is a perfect example of that. It's the kind of song that could work perfectly on pop radio or rock radio. "Wrapped Around You", "Whipped" and "Obviously" all fall into that same category. They're all good, catchy pop songs fueled on heavy guitars... Witness the grungy pummeling of "Just Like Me", the huge "Make Me Believe" or the Rob Zombie-lite "Transparent". These are all quality songs that rock heavy and hard." -from Musicmisfits.