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“Euthanasia” – STRAY FROM THE PATH release new album – new video for “Needful Things” streaming

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Vicious metalcore rap hardcore kids STRAY FROM THE PATH are back with their new album ‘Euthanasia’ and today the band has unveiled their brand new music video for heavy banger “Needful Things”!

Euthanasia” is the darkest and heaviest work of the band’s career, drawing on challenging circumstances to create a record that pulls no punches sonically or lyrically.

Stray From The Path

Upcoming Shows:
03/09/2023 Frankfurt, DE @ Jahrhunderthalle
03/10/2023 Zurich, CH @ Volkhaus
03/11/2023 Luxembourg, LU @ Den Atelier w/ Beartooth and Motionless In White
03/12/2023 Paris, FR @ Le Cabaret Sauvage w/ Beartooth and Motionless In White
03/21/2023 Tilburg, NL @ 013 w/ Beartooth and Motionless In White
03/23/2023 Cologne, DE @ Palladium
03/24/2023 Munich, DE @ Zenith
03/25/2023 Vienna, AT @ Gasometer
03/28/2023 Brussels, BE @ Ancienne Belgique w/ Beartooth and Motionless In White
03/29/2023 Stuttgart, DE @ Porsche Arena
03/30/2023 Hamburg, DE @ Sporthalle
03/31/2023 Leipzig, DE @ Hause Auensee
04/01/2023 Berlin, DE @ Columbiahalle

Stray From The Path have been bringing their charged-up hardcore fury and politically outspoken lyricism to the masses for the better part of two decades, aiming to be the kind of band that can be a gateway to both heavy music and radical ideas.

While the long-running group shows no signs of slowing down, “Euthanasia” was by no means an easy record to make. Stray From The Path found themselves in a fractured state due to the pandemic, an ocean of distance, and even a literal broken back, resulting in an album that reflects the grimmer personal and global circumstances.

Produced/engineered by Will Putney (Knocked Loose, Body Count, Every Time I Die), “Euthanasia” is clearly the work of a more weathered and visceral era of Stray From The Path–the tremendous riffs and hip-hop-meets-hardcore vocal cadences are still there, but this time they’re accompanied by an apocalyptic mood that draws the listener in and doesn’t let go.

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