Wargasm have launched their newest single ‘Bang Ya Head’ which options Limp Bizkit‘s frontman Fred Durst.
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‘Bang Ya Head’ is the second single to be shared from the London rock duo – comprised of Milkie Manner and Sam Matlock’s– forthcoming debut LP ‘Venom’. It follows their first single, ‘Do It So Good’.
Talking of the observe in a press launch, Matlock mentioned: “When I was working in bars it always drove me insane how much it costs us to live, and how little money we make. The world’s going fucking crazy and everything’s getting so expensive – how the fuck are we meant to buy a life? It’s just this nightmare cycle until you get lucky. Like banging your head against a brick wall over and over and over – you bang your head until you break your fucking neck.”
He continued: “We took that energy and put it onto a guitar at our friend’s house in LA, then a microphone in a bathroom somewhere so the neighbors weren’t too pissed off, then we asked the one and only Fred Durst if he wanted to join in and he did – now we have this monstrosity. We’ve been waiting so damn long for you to hear this.”
The duo have beforehand served as opening help for Limp Bizkit on the European leg of their ‘Still Sucks’ tour. ‘Bang Ya Head’ contains a nod to Bizkit’s basic observe ‘My Generation’ with the warning, “You’re in the jungle punk!”
Wargasm’s forthcoming debut LP ‘Venom’ is about for launch on October 27. Pre-order it right here.
Chatting with Kerrang, the band have described the album as “heavy, melodic, disgusting, honest, sexy,” including: “Everything this band has experimented with since our inception has been pinned down on the anvil and hammered into shape, thrown at the wall, beaten into a more fucked up shape and gone back onto the anvil.”
The duo will likely be hitting the highway with Corey Taylor, Royal Blood and Babymetal in addition to their very own headlining gigs. Go to right here for tickets and take a look at the total checklist of dates.
Wargasm Tour Dates:
9 – Andrew Brady Music Heart, Cincinnati, OH*
12 – The Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ*
13 – Home of Blues, Boston, MA*
15 – The Dome, Wallingford,CT*
16 – The Paramount, Huntington, NY*
18 – Home of Blues, Myrtle Seashore,SC*
21 – Mars Music Corridor, Huntsville, AL*
22 – Louder Than Life Competition, Louisville, KY
24 – Home of Blues, Houston, TX*
25 – Home of Blues, Dallas, TX*
27 – Revel, Albuquerque, NM*
28 – Marquee Theatre, Tempe, AZ*
29 – Greenback Mortgage Heart, Henderson, NV*
1 – Home of Blues, San Diego, CA*
3 – Riverside Municipal Auditorium Riverside, CA*
5 – The Wiltern, Los Angeles,CA*
7 – Aftershock Competition, Sacramento, CA
8 – 1865, Southampton, UK%
9 – Rock Metropolis, Nottingham,UK%
10 – Ulster Sports activities Membership, Belfast, UK%
11 – Opium Rooms, Dublin, IE %
14 – Sentrum Scene, Oslo, IN#
15 – Annexet, Stockholm, SE#
16 – Amager Bio, Copenhagen,DK#
18 – Sporthalle, Hamburg, DE#
19 – Verti Music Corridor, Berlin, DE#
21 – Palladium, Cologne, DE#
23 – Gasometer, Vienna, AT#
24 – Zenith, Munich, DE#
25 – La Laterie, Strasbourg, FR#
1 – Stadthalle, Offenbach, DE#
3 – O13, Tilburg, NL#
4 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BE#
6 – L’Olympia, Paris, FR#
7 – Esch-zur-Alzette, Luxembourge, LB#
8 – Frabrique, Milan, IT#
9 – The Mill, Birmingham, UK%
12 – SWG3, Glasgow, UK%
13 – O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK%
14 – SWX, Bristol, UK%
15 – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK%
*Supporting Corey Taylor
^Supporting Royal Blood
%Wargasm Headline Reveals
Earlier this 12 months, Wargasm‘s drummer posted a clip of the second his drum monitor caught fireplace throughout a competition present in Japan.
Adam Breeze, who performs stay with the rock duo shared a video of him alerting technicians to the blaze throughout their set at Nagoya’s Blarefest over the weekend (February 4-5).
Reflecting on what he known as an “INSANE and inspiring trip to Nagoya”, Breeze confirmed followers how he managed to proceed drumming whereas fireplace was spreading behind him on the band’s one-off competition gig. It was finally put out and the band completed their set safely.