Beartooth Reveal Details Of Fourth Album & Share New Single ‘The Past Is Dead’


Columbus, Ohio-based rock band Beartooth have revealed details of their fourth record release Below, set for release June 25 via Red Bull Records. 

Following on from 2018’s mammoth album Disease, frontman Caleb Shomo has shared details of what Below will entail stating “‘Below’ is by far my favourite album I’ve made to date. It covers the dark side of dealing with mental strain during the last year. I gave it all I had — musically and lyrically. Is it too dark? Possibly, but it was as honest as I could be about how I felt. I hope everyone is ready to strap in for a wild ride of head banging and rocking.”

Alongside the announcement, the five piece have also unleashed their latest single to be taken from the record titled, The Past Is Dead, with an accompanying music video that features the band in performance mode, which is its most natural state. The members are surrounded by stunning pyrotechnics and an otherworldly demon, who can be spotted in the album cover art pictured above. The official music video can be watched below. 

Speaking of the brand new heavy single, which is the follow up to album lead  Devastation, released earlier this month, Shomo says about the new song “’The Past Is Dead’ was one of the first songs written for the album. Various versions have been in the bank for about two years now and it really set the tone for the whole album writing process. The video is meant to depict the beginning of the journey to the deepest and darkest parts of my mind, which was the fuel used to make ‘Below’.”

Check out the full tracklist for Beartooth’s upcoming album Below and pre-order the record from the bands official website here

1. Below
2. Devastation
3. The Past Is Dead
4. Fed Up
5. Dominate
6. No Return
7. Phantom Pain
8. Skin
9. Hell Of It
10. I Won’t Give It Up
11. The Answer
12. The Last Riff

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