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TSUNAMI BOMB return after 15 years; new song available!

Northern California’s punk rock cult favorites, TSUNAMI BOMB has risen from the grave and reformed with their third full-length release, The Spine That Binds, and with it they have proven that this chapter of TSUNAMI BOMB not only embraces their signature style of aggressive pop-punk supplemented by a touch of darkness but have taken it even further. The band just unveiled a new song off of the record and you can hear it above! 2 other track are available below.

Slated for Friday, Nov. 8th release following their appearance at THE FEST in Gainesville, FL, and right before their appearance on TENTACLE FEST celebrating 40th Anniversary of Alternative Tentacles Records in Berkeley, CA., the label is celebrating their return by releasing some special pre-order for the album!

TSUNAMI BOMB new album 2019

Northern California’s punk rock cult favorites, TSUNAMI BOMB has risen from the grave and reformed with their third full-length release, The Spine That Binds, and with it they have proven that this chapter of TSUNAMI BOMB not only embraces their signature style of aggressive pop-punk supplemented by a touch of darkness but have taken it even further. Honing their skills of melody while being more in-your-face and more aggressive than ever, they conjure a dark journey of discovery with each track.

Originally formed in 1998, and disbanding after many member changes in 2005, TSUNAMI BOMB reformed at the end of 2015. This new release finds the quintet brought to life with the return of founders Dominic Davi (bass/backing vocals), Oobliette Sparks (keyboards/co-lead vocals), and Gabriel Lindeman (drums). Joined by Kate Jacobi (lead vocals) and Andrew Pohl (guitars/backing vocals), they combine their skills to create a sound that effortlessly mixes dark musings on the search to find ones place in an increasingly uncaring world, into unforgettable anthems, calling on you to get up and sing-a-long.

TSUNAMI BOMB live

The Spine That Binds opens with the band’s ominous declaration of their return to life in the album opener, “Tidal”, while the first single, “The Hathors” is a heartfelt rejection of the expectations and the demands that have been placed upon them. The band doesn’t hold back from there, calling out their detractors and drawing lines in the sand with aggressive tracks like “Naysayers” and “Dead Men Can’t Catcall”. TSUNAMI BOMB continues to express its discontent with the world that is unfolding around them with some of the catchiest songs on the album like “Sinkhole”, “Phosphene” and “Lullaby for the End of the World”, while still taking time to morn those they have lost along the way on the deceptively upbeat “Last Call” and the heartbreakingly haunting “Wake The Dead”. While they address the need to move on in the dizzyingly intense and melodic “Petaluma”, in the end they resolve to stand and fight in the anthemic chant heavy title track and album closer, “The Spine That Binds” that makes it clear this time it’s their story, their fight, and their song.

The Spine That Binds is not asking for your acceptance, it demands it. This album will scratch the itch of all the die-hard fans looking for that familiar TSUNAMI BOMB sound, but also show a new, angrier and brutally honest side of the band. With the support of Jello Biafra’s legendary punk rock label, Alternative Tentacles Records, TSUNAMI BOMB has not only heard your call, they are ready for the newest chapter to unfold and they are taking us all with them.

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