Tampa quartet New Bruises play an old-school undertake road punk that’s melodic and hooky without venturing too near crossover pop. The music group started in the ’90s pop-punk clothing Mid Carson July, who split up following the launch of 2001’s well-received Wessel, after almost ten years of scrabbling within their indigenous Pennsylvania and used house of Florida. (Standard from the band’s rotten good fortune and poor timing, Wessel premiered by Fueled by Ramen Information a couple of years prior to the label’s FALLOUT Boy-led ascension to the very best of the industrial pop-punk heap.) 3 years later on, the creative nucleus of Mid Carson July, guitarist Byron Lippincott and bassist Eric Lippincott (both sing), shaped a new music group, New Bruises, with tempo guitarist Marcus Vaughn and drummer Eric “The Crimson” Turner (previously from the Holy Hill). With affects which range from Jawbreaker and Fugazi to ’80s university radio faves the Smiths as well as the Substitutes, New Bruises produced their very own label, Kiss of Loss of life Records, release a their 2006 debut record, Transmit! Transmit! Following the album’s discharge, the Lippincotts’ longtime friend Christopher Murray, who also network marketing leads his own music group the Gray AM, became a member of New Bruises being a third guitarist.