Detroit rock band, 60 Second Crush, cranks out a lethal mix of killer guitar crunch, thumping grooves and balls-out punk intensity. Its a sonic assault that makes you dance, sweat and raise your middle finger in salute to music that’s Detroit's great rock and roll tradition. 60 Second Crush’s revved up sound and full-throttle stage show has won over international and local audiences alike, while earning the band critical accolades. In fact, 60 Second Crush is nominated for “Outstanding Rock Act” in the 2007 Detroit Music Awards.
60 Second Crush is a rock and roll workhorse - writing, recording and doing what the band loves best - playing live. In the last few years, the band toured extensively headlining festivals in Munich and Hamburg (Germany), Mexico and Amsterdam, to rocking high profile showcases at legendary venues: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, SXSW, The Viper Room (Los Angeles) and CBGB’s (NYC).
Back at home in Detroit - 60 Second has opened for a staggering array of national artists including Buck Cherry, Fingereleven, VAST, Thrill Kill Kult, Sponge, Corey Glover, and many more. Despite being tour support for bands of such different genres - 60 Second Crush has always risen to the occasion and simply put, kicked ass.
With two acclaimed CDs under their belt, “Love for A minute” and “Scratch,” the Crushers released their new disc “Street Corner of Fear” in February 2007. Tracks from “Scratch” were featured extensively on national TV shows on Discovery, A&E, MTV, Spike TV, VH1 and more. “Street Corner of Fear” has already been tapped for MTV’s “Road Rules.”