Visionary metal outfit TODAY IS THE DAY presents “You’re All Gonna Die,” the new single from the band’s impending eleventh studio full-length, No Good To Anyone, which is their first album through new label home BMG. As the album is now confirmed for release on February 28th, the new single is now playing at Revolver Magazine as preorders and new tour dates with The Obsessed, Child Bite, -16-, and more are also posted.
No Good To Anyone was recorded and mastered by TODAY IS THE DAY‘s Steve Austin at his Austin Enterprises in Orland, Maine, and completed with artwork by Jef Whitehead (Leviathan, Lurker Of Chalice). The album is a crushing display of the band’s singular psychedelic-yet-scathing sound and stands as a symbol of overcoming pain and adversity of the most extreme nature. The album was created over several years of Austin’s battle with several major surgeries and treatments on a myriad of levels including a vicious battle with Lyme Disease.
Austin proclaims with the pummeling new “You’re All Gonna Die” single,
“When you beat a person down and nothing let’s up, you need to fight back. The only person that is going to fight for you, is you. ‘You’re All Gonna Die’ paints a picture of what happens you when you push someone way too far.”
Revolver writes of the track,
“The fury within the song is intimidatingly controlled, like a festering rage that boils just below the surface. Cyclical melody climbs through heavy, noise-oriented distortion, as a driving backbeat pulses underneath, combining with the musician’s haunting voice and sparsely placed synth samples. Dripping with anguish from every note, ‘You’re All Gonna Die’ is short, two-minute window into the psyche of a man pushed to his limits and clawing to hold on.”
No Good To Anyone will see release in direct conjunction with a major US tour supporting the album.
Beginning February 26th in Portland, Maine, the tour will rip through nearly forty cities across the country including dates with The Obsessed, Child Bite, -16-, and others through April 5th. See all confirmed dates below and watch for updates with additional North American and European tour dates to be posted in the weeks ahead.
2/26/2020 Geno’s – Portland, ME2/27/2020 Alchemy – Providence, RI2/28/2020 Market Hotel – Brooklyn, NY2/29/2020 Meatlocker – Montclair, NJ3/01/2020 Café 611 – Frederick, MD3/02/2020 Howard’s Club H – Bowling Green, OH3/03/2020 Northside Yacht Club – Cincinnati, OH3/04/2020 Growler’s – Memphis, TN3/05/2020 Ziggy’s – Chattanooga, TN3/06/2020 Reggies 42nd Street Tavern – Wilmington, NC3/07/2020 Little Harpeth Brewing – Nashville, TN3/08/2020 The Earl – Atlanta, GA3/09/2020 Poor Boys – New Orleans, LA3/11/2020 Bears – Shreveport, LA3/12/2020 Reptilez – San Antonio, TX3/13/2020 The Lost Well – Austin, TX3/14/2020 Ridglea Room – Fort Worth, TX3/15/2020 Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM3/17/2020 Dive Bar – Las Vegas, NV3/18/2020 TBA3/19/2020 Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA3/20/2020 Holy Diver – Los Angeles, CA3/21/2020 Alex’s Bar – Long Beach, CA3/22/2020 Oakland Metro Operahouse – Oakland, CA3/23/2020 TBA3/24/2020 Funhouse – Seattle, WA3/27/2020 Ernie November – Cheyenne, WY3/28/2020 Zodiac – Colorado Springs, CO3/29/2020 Streets – Denver, CO3/30/2020 Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA3/31/2020 Fubar – St. Louis, MO4/01/2020 Live Wire – Chicago, IL4/02/2020 Black Circle Brewing – Indianapolis, IN4/03/2020 Sanctuary – Detroit, MI4/04/2020 Montage Music Hall – Rochester, NY4/05/2020 Jewel – Manchester, NHw/ The Obsessed 2/27-3/08w/ Child Bite 3/09-4/05w/ -16- 3/17-3/23