Released: March 5 2014
Formed in 2001 by James Rodrock (Guitars, Vocals) and Jesse Newland (Drums), the Denver Doom/Thrashers have released two LPs: 'Poor Man's Coffin' (2004) and 'Somber Ceremony' (2010). James Casady (Bass, Backing Vocals) joined after the release of 'Somber Ceremony'. Danny Mingus (Who If Not Us) is the most recent addition on Lead Guitar, expanding the former trio to a foursome, as well as adding another layer to their sound.
'Coercion' takes the best of the first two releases and upon that solid foundation, builds a monument to all that they have accomplished in the past and will in the future. The Crew have made 'Coercion' their most accomplished work to date and harbinger of a new era for the band.
#5 in Revolver’s Reader’s Poll for Release of the Week
"The Casket Crew have unleashed a monster of metalic mayhem" - The Ripple Effect
"Their time to explode in the underground Metal scene." Beowulf Productions
"unnerving, indocile and sinister" Firebrand After Dark
"An enjoyable album with more depths and layers than you might have thought, highly recommended!" Destructive Music
"A positively solid effort, so don't let it go unheard..." 8/10 The Grim Tower
"...a consistent, enjoyable metal album." The Metal Observer
"dark, dirty and vehemently vicious" True Metal Reviews
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