Thursday, December 6, 2018

BLOOD YOUTH UNLEASH VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE, "KEEP YOU ALIVE" AND ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, STARVE(Catalyst Publicity Group)


I can hear the influences of Korn and Slipknot here in this song, not a bad thing. Has a catchy groove and I wish them success with their album in March.



Below is from The Catalyst Publicity Group:

DECEMBER 6, 2018 | Blood Youth have revealed a sinister video for their new song, "Keep You Alive." The track is taken from the hardcore quartet's highly anticipated second album, Starve which is due for release through Rude Records on February 22, 2019. Check out the video here:
Frontman, Kaya Tarsus, explains the inspiration behind the song: 

"At some point in our lives we will all go through something traumatic. It will change us and stays with us forever. Life is full of heartbreak, death and loss. Events that we have never been taught how to deal with, but we all have to face at some point. I've found that the longer we think and dwell on trauma, the longer we keep it alive within us. Keep You Alive is the darkest and most diverse song we have ever written as a band. It shows a side of us that has never been seen before, something that we are very excited about. The video was filmed and directed by Zak Pinchin, who we have worked with a few times before. He did an incredible job and produced a video that perfectly encapsulates what the song is about."
Tracklisting:

1. {51/50}
2. Starve
3. Cut Me Open
4. Spineless
5. Nerve
6. The Answer
7. Waste Away
8. {stone.tape.theory}
9. Visitant
10. Keep You Alive
11. Nothing Left
12. Hate
13. Exhale

Pre-orders are available now at http://bloodyouth.lnk.to/STARVE

Blood Youth will head out on their biggest UK/EU headline tour to date in March 2019. Check out the UK dates and full tour poster below:

01.03 Southampton, Joiners
02.03 Leeds, The Key Club
03.03 Glasgow, Audio
04.04 Newcastle, Think Tank
06.03 Manchester, Star & Garter
07.03 Birmingham, Mama Roux's
08.03 London, Underworld

Thank you for reading this 
Sincerely
Anthony Nadeau