Release video for “Hated” New Album “Aggressive” out now on Red Bull Records
Following their incredible performance on the main stage at this year’s Download Festival – Ohio hardcore mob Beartooth (who also won Best Breakthrough Artist at this year’s Metal Hammer Golden Gods) are excited to reveal their new video for “Hated”, for sure a fan favourite and highlight on their acclaimed sophomore album “Aggressive”.
Beartooth will also be giving fans a taste of Aggressive on their run of live dates this winter.
|16/11 – Hasselt, BE @ Mod Box
17/11 – Cologne, DE @ Luxor
18/11 – Hamberg, DE @ Klubsen
19/11 – Bolwerk, NE @Sneek
20/11 – Copenhagen, DK @ Pumpehuset
21/11 – Oslo, NO @John Dee
22/11 – Stockholm, SE @ Debaser Strand
24/11 – Helsinki, FI @Nosturi
26/11 – Berlin, DE @ Lido
|27/11 – Poznan, PL @Minoga
28/11 – Leipzig, DE @ Felsenkeller
29/11 – Prague, CZ @ Futurum
30/11 – Vienna, AT @ Flex
1/12 – Bratislava, SK @Randal Club
2/12 – Budapest, HU @ Dürer Kert- Room 041
4/12 – Milan, IT- @ Legend Club
6/12 – Zurich, CH- @ Dynamo
7/12 – Paris, FR- @ Boule Noire
They will be joined on the tour by Vanna and Trash Boat.
Tickets are on sale at www.beartoothtickets.com
In the two short years since their debut album was cooked up in front man Caleb Shomo’s basement, Beartooth has catapulted into heavy music’s stratosphere. They have collected over 10 million views on YouTube, trekked around the globe sharing the stage with Slipknot, Pierce The Veil, Bring Me The Horizon and Sleeping With Sirens and playing festivals like Reading & Leeds, Download and the Vans Warped Tour. They’ve earned multiple Alternative Press and Kerrang! award nominations, gotten daytime airplay across the globe and been named a “New Artist You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone.
For Aggressive (Out now on Red Bull Records), Shomo again retreated to his home studio to write, perform and produce the album’s 12 tracks, re-teaming with John Feldmann (The Used, Blink-182) for a bit of songwriting contribution and enlisting David Bendeth (Killswitch Engage, Paramore) to mix the release. The resulting songs have as much in common with stomping metalcore as old-school punk, vintage screamo and harder-edged pop punk, combining circle pit-inducing bangers with soaring choruses and bridging raw authentic intensity with accessibility.