Once every while, a band will come along and stir shit up. Like the man in the box, they will jump right in front of you, more or less from out of nowhere, with music that makes you want to break stuff and rock the world and you wonder where the hell they came from. Don’t you just love it when that happens? Sometimes it’s the other way around. A band comes along and even though they suck big elephant balls, they become huge and you can’t for the world figure out why? Of course, everything is a matter of taste, but I can’t for the world figure out the greatness of bands like Sabaton, Volbeat and Takida. What has all this got to do with Crunge, you might ask? Well, as a new band that hasn’t really got any airplay from their earlier releases, their 2011 self titled four track CD and their 2012 E.P. Throwdown, they are the kind of band that stands the chance (or risk) on going either way.