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DEAD STEP – “Tyrants Palace” video streaming; Satan will follow you home album out now

DEAD STEP – “Tyrants Palace” video streaming;  Satan will follow you home album out now

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Today, Hamilton, the Ontario band Dead Tired, dropped the gruesome new album Satan Will Follow You Home. Stream it here.

“Satan Will Follow You Home is dead tired without a training wheel, no helmet, going off a ramp made of machetes into a piranha tank filled with pepper spray,” says singer George Pettit. “There’s also a saxophone in one of the songs.”

The band also shared the video for “Tyrants Palace”. See below:

The self-produced offer in full length from the band with Alexisonfire vocalist Pettit is a crushing, 10-track collection that is both beautifully orchestrated and cathartically chaotic. Physical copies of the record are now available for order and include two vinyl variants of the LP and a t-shirt. An exclusive 7 “with two b-side tracks” TV Tears “and” Stars Burn Out “can also be ordered at dinealonestore.com.

“I think we really go into our own sound with this one,” says guitarist Franz Stefanik, who was recently featured by INKED. “When we first started, we really had no goals or ambitions other than to play music and have fun, but things are starting to feel more serious and everyone is very excited about it. Our writing is evolving and we are starting to struggle our influence on sleeves a little more. “

Dead Tired’s relentless musical attacks are best defined by contrasts and contradictions, which exist in the ether between opposing forces and obstructive ideas. Satan Will Follow You Home spans a more expansive sonic spectrum than anything you have heard from the quintet, consisting of Stefanik, co-guitarist Marco Bressette, bassist Nick Ball, the aforementioned Pettit and the new drummer Theo McKibbon. The high production quality embraces the ears like a warm hug, and then hits like a string directly against the chest.

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“We really went into production on this one,” explains Franz Stefanik, noting the freedom they had to experiment audibly while recording at their Hamilton headquarters – called “Deadquarters” – with Marco Bressette, a decorated engineer and producer, at the controls. “We spent more time going through different guitar, amplifier and pedal setups and getting the whole microphone right than we actually did on tracking, and I think it shows.”

Dead Tired’s relentless musical attacks are best defined by contrasts and contradictions, which exist in the ether between opposing forces and obstructive ideas.

“I think we really go into our own sound with this one,” says Stefanik. “When we first started, we really had no goals or ambitions other than to play music and have fun, but things are starting to feel more serious and everyone is very excited about it. Our writing is evolving, and we are beginning to have our influences a little more up our sleeves. ”

Satan Will Follow You Home spans a more expansive sound spectrum than anything we have heard from the quintet, consisting of Stefanik, fellow guitarist Marco Bressette, bassist Nick Ball, Pettit and the new drummer Theo McKibbon.

This is not to say that they have strayed from the chaotic and combustible energy of their earlier work; instead, they have distilled it, made it exponentially more potent, and used it as an anchor to explore increasingly ambitious styles and sounds. On top of a solid foundation inspired by early Converge and Cave-In, Kyuss and Dead Kennedys, we get everything from sick saxophone licks to stacked vocal harmonies.

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The band longs to return to hard-hitting fans with their hard-hitting, hard-hitting live shows – something Stefanik says weighed heavily on their minds as they recorded thanks to the global pandemic that forced them into a temporary holding pattern. “It felt like such a big defeat,” he adds, “so making this album became our distraction, and a big motivator to keep our creativity and lives going.”

Needless to say, they are eager to get back to any stage that wants them, from major international festivals to the packed clubs that first confirmed they were on to something special back in 2014.

“It feels so good to have new material, a new lineup and the excitement that comes with being able to play shows again,” Stefanik concludes. “We are delighted to have rekindled that spark to the point that this really feels like a whole new band.”

A group of experienced stage veterans dropping a career-defining record, revived with the vitality of a new band? Another example of Dead Tired thriving somewhere between opposites, following no set agenda or rules outside of their own.

Satan Will Follow You Home Track List:

“Prey loan”
“Show me a sign”
“SWFYH”
“Breakfast of participants”
“Huge mortality”
“Tyrants Palace”
“Flattering fear”
“New World Pigs”
“Age out”
“Domestic”

“New World Pigs”:

“Domestic” video:

(Photo – Nick Ball)

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