In 2016 Panic Lift brought pleasure unto the world with their delectable album "Skeleton Key". Gaining praise from critics internationally and touring a lot in support of the album, Panic Lift set their sights high and broke the atmosphere as they rocketed into brand new territory the likes of which the band had never seen before. But James Francis, the frontman of the group, never takes a break when it comes to creating, and that's why in just a couple of days we will all be receiving the band's latest album "End Process". 

We at Brutal Resonance are proud to premiere Panic Lift's single and official lyric video for 'Too Late For Healing'. Written by Francis and featuring Ben Tourkantonis of Grendel on live drums, as well as Eric Sochoki on live bass and background vocals, this song was a collaboration between Francis, Davyd Pittman (Hive Design) as well as Fernando Urzier of Psyklon Industries. What would have otherwise been a motionless video has been turned into a visual, living treat for a song about broken trust and retribution. You can stream the single directly below:


While on tour, I found myself playing older songs next to our newer songs every night. It really became clear that contrasting aggression against the more emotional moments was what really what defines our sound. So I took that idea and used it as my inspiration when I returned to the studio. -James Francis

"End Process" is currently available for pre-order HERE

Panic Lift has also announces that they will be on tour with Fires and Street Fever. You can check out the tour dates below:

08/24/2018 - Cincinnati, OH - DF's The Venue* w/ Psyclon Nine
08/25/2018 - Chicago, IL - Reggie's* @ Synth Fest w/ Psyclon Nine
08/26/2018 - St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam Music Hall
08/27/2018 - Kansas City, MO - Riot Room 
08/29/2018 - St Louis, MO - Crack Fox w/ Autumn 
08/30/2018 - Wichita, Kansas - Barleycorn's
08/31/2018 - San Antonio, TX - The Amp Room
09/01/2018 - Austin, TX Elysium
09/03/2018 - New Orleans, LA - The Goat
09/05/2018 - Charleston, SC - Tin Roof
09/06/2018 - Richmond, VA - Fallout
09/07/2018 - Philadelphia - I Love Industrial @ Voltage Lounge
09/08/2018 - Troy, NY  - River Street Pub 
09/09/2018 - New York City - Stimulate @ The Delancey

Panic Lift: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Check out Panic Lift's new Industrial Rock Opus 'Too Late For Healing'
August 20, 2018
Brutal Resonance

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Check out Panic Lift's new Industrial Rock Opus 'Too Late For Healing'

In 2016 Panic Lift brought pleasure unto the world with their delectable album "Skeleton Key". Gaining praise from critics internationally and touring a lot in support of the album, Panic Lift set their sights high and broke the atmosphere as they rocketed into brand new territory the likes of which the band had never seen before. But James Francis, the frontman of the group, never takes a break when it comes to creating, and that's why in just a couple of days we will all be receiving the band's latest album "End Process". 

We at Brutal Resonance are proud to premiere Panic Lift's single and official lyric video for 'Too Late For Healing'. Written by Francis and featuring Ben Tourkantonis of Grendel on live drums, as well as Eric Sochoki on live bass and background vocals, this song was a collaboration between Francis, Davyd Pittman (Hive Design) as well as Fernando Urzier of Psyklon Industries. What would have otherwise been a motionless video has been turned into a visual, living treat for a song about broken trust and retribution. You can stream the single directly below:


While on tour, I found myself playing older songs next to our newer songs every night. It really became clear that contrasting aggression against the more emotional moments was what really what defines our sound. So I took that idea and used it as my inspiration when I returned to the studio. -James Francis

"End Process" is currently available for pre-order HERE

Panic Lift has also announces that they will be on tour with Fires and Street Fever. You can check out the tour dates below:

08/24/2018 - Cincinnati, OH - DF's The Venue* w/ Psyclon Nine
08/25/2018 - Chicago, IL - Reggie's* @ Synth Fest w/ Psyclon Nine
08/26/2018 - St. Paul, MN - Amsterdam Music Hall
08/27/2018 - Kansas City, MO - Riot Room 
08/29/2018 - St Louis, MO - Crack Fox w/ Autumn 
08/30/2018 - Wichita, Kansas - Barleycorn's
08/31/2018 - San Antonio, TX - The Amp Room
09/01/2018 - Austin, TX Elysium
09/03/2018 - New Orleans, LA - The Goat
09/05/2018 - Charleston, SC - Tin Roof
09/06/2018 - Richmond, VA - Fallout
09/07/2018 - Philadelphia - I Love Industrial @ Voltage Lounge
09/08/2018 - Troy, NY  - River Street Pub 
09/09/2018 - New York City - Stimulate @ The Delancey

Panic Lift: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Aug 20 2018

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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