The six-track EP features live versions of songs from the band's 2020 debut album, 'The World Is In Your Way'.
Seattle underground punk rockers Dragged Under have made big waves in a short amount of time. The band was formed from the wreckage of Rest, Repose by vocalist Tony Cappocchi and guitarist Ryan “Fluff” Bruce (known for his hugely successful guitar and gear YouTube channel). The duo were joined by guitarist Sean Rosario, bassist Hans Hessburg and drummer Kalen Anderson before getting to work on the self-release of their debut full length album, 'The World Is In Your Way', back in January. Now towards the back end of this car crash of a year, the band now have the backing of Mascot Records have lined up a deluxe edition re-release, complete with two brand new songs.
2020 may have been a turbulent year, but it's also been one of success for Dragged Under. After unveiling their debut album 'The World Is In Your Way' in January, the Seattle punks signed to Mascot Records in June and have since released a deluxe version of the record to celebrate. We caught up with guitarist Ryan Bruce to find out more about Dragged Under, including his first musical memory, the band's influences and their future plans.
The label will also release a deluxe version of the band's debut album 'The World Is In Your Way' later this year, featuring two brand new songs.