Atlanta based rock outfit BITERS have announced that they are releasing a new album on May 19th via Earache Records, entitled The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be.
The band, comprising of vocalist and guitarist Tuk, lead guitarist Matt, bassist Phil, and drummer Joey, last released an album in 2015, entitled Electric Blood, which received astounding feedback from the masses. This time, they’re back with Dan Dixon producing their latest offering and the release is being accompanied by a UK/European tour kicking off in March. The album will continue to push forward the band’s appreciation for classic rock, glam metal, and hearth-thumping anthems, while adding unexpected, yet compelling harmonies to captivate their audience and being unafraid to delve into stronger pop influences than their peers.
Along with producer Dan Dixon helping them to create the new album, BITERS have recruited the esteemed Scott Stevens, who has worked with the likes of SHINEDOWN, to assist with the creation of their new record. Bringing in influences from 70s rock ‘n’ roll and taking it into the modern era, BITERS are going all-out on The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be.
Dates for the upcoming tour from BITERS, who are playing alongside BLACKBERRY SMOKE, are as follows:
Mon 27th Mar – Oxford O2 Academy
Tue 28th Mar – London Roundhouse
Wed 29th Mar – Norwich UEA
Fri 31st Mar – Manchester Academy
Sat 1st Apr – Dublin Olympia Theatre
Mon 3rd Apr – Glasgow Barrowlands
Tue 4th Apr – Newcastle O2 Academy
Thu 6th Apr – Bristol O2 Academy
Fri 7th Apr – Birmingham O2 Academy
Sat 8th Apr – Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
The album is available to pre-order from midnight on February 16th on iTunes, and bundles and vinyl options are available on BITERS‘ online store via Earache Records.
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