New Beartooth Video and Album

2014-05-13 by Jaime Silva | 18 Comments
American metalcore band Beartooth have released some details surrounding their upcoming
debut LP today. The album, entitled Disgusting, is set for release on June 10th in
the US and June 9th in the UK via Red Bull Records.

In addition to this announcement the band have released a video for the song 'Beaten In
Lips' off of the upcoming LP.

The album can be preordered here: http://disgusting.beartoothband.com/
and you can watch the new video here:



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Devastator
May 14th 2014
3370 Comments


(Comment about enjoying the song)

Nikkolae
May 14th 2014
5165 Comments


goddamit everything was going great and then those damn cleans came in, fuck

Digging: Jeff Rosenstock - Worry.

ScarlettPimpernail
May 14th 2014
270 Comments


Hmmmmm

BassDemon333
May 14th 2014
3434 Comments


This has huge potential, but hopefully not everything is like that single. The chorus really brings it down. The Sick EP was awesome though so I still think there will be some killer tracks on their debut.

Rickislost
May 14th 2014
39 Comments


Really like the style this band has, great crunchy guitar sounds

My only criticism is the lyric "this is the sound of your children revolting" which is followed by the
most generic breakdown. That was a perfect opportunity to do something interesting

chug73
May 14th 2014
2900 Comments


Am keeping an eye on this band. As bassdemon said they have huge potential.
EP had those fucking huge guitar and bass tones and I miss it.
I didn't like that breakdown at all though, did they even open string?

ellagos
May 14th 2014
204 Comments


This is the first real disappointment I've heard from these guys, feels very hollow.

Digging: Katie Ellen - Cowgirl Blues

Pennywise_M
May 14th 2014
7457 Comments


Good jam imo!

furpa
May 14th 2014
391 Comments


Love these dudes. This single's a bit sub-par in my opinion, but nevertheless i'm stoked as dicks for the album.

Spluger
May 14th 2014
1659 Comments


Those cleans sucked pretty hard.

Digging: Pile - Dripping

Dancedrewdance
May 14th 2014
1169 Comments


LISTEN TO THE SOUND OF YOUR CHILDREN REVOLTING


CutMan
May 14th 2014
1918 Comments


God damn, I love this band. I can't wait for more.

CrimsonLies
May 15th 2014
2563 Comments


Not bad but it was better before the cleans

Hospital
May 15th 2014
2100 Comments


I liked it a lot, but I have to agree the cleans just seem out of place

snerefedsav
May 15th 2014
945 Comments


the cleans are sort of out of place but they're not bad

Spluger
May 15th 2014
1659 Comments


Yeah, it sounds really generic too though, at least the "this is for the kids with the... blah blah blah

iGuter
May 15th 2014
401 Comments


Wow, wow. Really uplifting and a SUMMER single! What the fuck, stop overthinking this genre sometimes you guys.

Digging: Brand New - Science Fiction

furpa
May 16th 2014
391 Comments


Yeah this song's definitely grown on me a bit. Just take it for what it is, it's not bad at all.



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