Kris Degaust is the man behind the alt rock project known as Future Crisis Klub. This self-titled EP includes five, standout tracks and each number has its own, distinct features. Time to rock on and rock the day away with Future Crisis Klub.
Kris formerly fronted Canadian alt rock/post grunge acts Good Nite Irene and Rabbit during the 90s and early 2000s and is currently based in Oakland, CA. After a 13 year hiatus, Kris is back and better than ever with the recent release of Future Crisis Klub. The album was recorded at the world famous Sunset Sound studio in Los Angeles and was produced by Joe Chiccarelli whose credits include Beck, U2, The Strokes, The Killers, Elton John, The Shins, The White Stripes, Morrissey, Alanis Morrisette and many more. Future Crisis Klub features studio veterans Sean Hurley on bass, Victor Indrizzo on drums, Lyle Workman on guitar and also appearing on the EP are up and coming artist, Carmen Vanderberg on guitar, Derek Day on b/vocals, and Jarrod Gorbel on b/vocals. Future Crisis Klub hits on all the right notes and will leave a lasting impression on the listener.
Future Crisis Klub comes in like a “Wreckin Ball” right out of the gates with a steady rhythm and catchy hook in place. Future Crisis Klub proves to be a strong force with “Wreckin Ball” where FCK is bringing the heat! The next song, “Beautiful and Obscene”, is just that with one appealing tone and killer sound combining to make up a monstrous mix. Track three, “The Refugee”, offers infectious riffs where you will just want to jam out and rock ‘n’ roll baby! I “Admit It” that Future Crisis Klub is taking charge and delivering a knockout performance here. “Admit It” rocks hard and FCK doesn’t hold back! Emotional chords will hit you on the closing number titled “I Was Wrong”. “I Was Wrong” is oh, so right and proves to have a huge impact on the audience.
You can SKOPE out the official music video for “Wreckin Ball” right here:
The Future is now, so avert the Crisis and join the Klub for your own benefit and listening enjoyment! Future Crisis Klub is the real deal and serves up five rock-solid songs to chew on.
By Jimmy Rae