Rhode Island Pop Punk Quintet drop another single off their upcoming debut LP ‘A Bitter Descent’ set for release on November 5th
Rhode Island pop-punk 5-piece Another One Down! has dropped a new single and lyric video titled “Deadweight” off the upcoming debut full-length ‘A Bitter Descent’ out November 5th.
The track features a guest spot from Chris LoPorto of Can’t Swim. The band says, “’Deadweight’ is a song inspired by former bandmates who refused to pull their own weight. It encapsulates the frustration of dealing with someone who will never admit their faults and will blame anyone else but themselves. The song is fast-paced and aggressive, blending blistering riffs and punk beats with soaring choruses. Chris LoPorto of Can’t Swim ends the track with a gritty guest spot that perfectly compliments the vibe of the song.
Another One Down! has proven itself to be a driving force within the New England music scene since its inception in 2014. Selling out their EP release shows, playing alongside various notable touring acts, and even opening the 2018 Vans Warped Tour are just a few of the milestones the band has achieved over the course of their career.
Combining modern hard-hitting instrumentals with melodies to fuel your 2000s nostalgia, Another One Down’s debut full-length record, A Bitter Descent, sees the band lyrically tackles the struggles that come with depression, heartbreak, and self-reflection. The record is a reinvention of their sound, with a more musically diverse tracklist that still stays true to their roots.
Emotionally raw and musically polished, it is their most mature and innovative release to date. With this release, the band proves to be one of the most exciting new acts in the Pop-Punk scene.
Another One Down! are: Vocals – Marcus SimoniniLead Guitar – Brandon TehRhythm Guitar – Alex Thetonia Bass – Dylan WalshDrums – Ryan Beck
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I’m a London born and bred music journalist, a mediocre bass player and the occasional strummer of the guitar. In the ’80s I worked in recording studios and made a few records you’d probably recognise. I have written a couple of books and made the odd media appearance as a music commentator. I now call Brisbane home.