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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Beartooth Drop New Single ‘Fed Up’

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The gold-selling, American hardcore punk band has just shared the fast ‘n’ furious new song Fed Up from their fourth studio album, Below, which arrives on June 25 via Red Bull Records.

Fed Up was written mid-lockdown,” says vocalist Caleb Shomo. “I really couldn’t think of what to write about, so I just started thinking, ‘What am I fed up with in life at the moment?’ and wrote it down. The vibe of this song is garage rock with muddy, blown-out tones. We mixed that with the more pop styling on the vocals, and it made for a really special track.”

Returning to the road from August 14 for The Below US Tour , the band kick off in Las Vegas and winds through the country before wrapping in Grand Rapids, Michigan on September 25. In addition to the tour, the band have also announced that they will appear at Louder Than Life.

Beartooth thrilled their legion of faithful fans in late March with a blistering one-two punch!

First, they surprise-dropped Devastation. The band quickly followed with the video for The Past Is Dead. The clip finds the band in performance mode, which is its most natural state. The members are seen surrounded by a stunning display of pyrotechnics alongside an otherworldly demon named “Barry”.

Barry has been dubbed the official mascot for the album cycle and can be spotted in the album cover art. Additionally, the band recently shared their latest single, the hyperkinetic new track Hell Of It.

So don’t delay, get in early and pre-order Below right Here.

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PHOTO CREDIT: JOHANN RAMOS

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