Album Metawar out on July 5th
LA based industrial metal band 3Teeth have released American Landfill from their upcoming album Metawar, which is released on July 5th via Century Media Records. 3Teeth frontman Alexis Mincolla explains:
“If our debut album was focused on man vs. the world, and our sophomore album was man vs. himself, then I really wanted to METAWAR to focus on the idea of world vs world, and the notion that if man doesn’t create his own world then he’s often crushed by the world of another. This album is meant to be sonic attack on the wide scale perception management systems that currently grip our respective worlds. It’s a sort of counter-measure in the invisible silicon war of ideology that is constantly moving avatar pawns on the battleground of our large-scale prosthetic digital nervous system. Thematically it’s centred largely around concepts of accelerationism and the political heresy of inviting the end as an opportunity as a fresh start. METAWAR is here to tear down the walls of our memetic concentration camps.”
The band will be supporting Ministry on selected European dates around the release of “METAWAR”:
MINISTRY EU | UK SUMMER 2019
Special Guests: 3TEETH
30.06.19 (DE) Berlin – Huxleys
02.07.19 (UK) Bristol – SWX
03.07.19 (UK) Glasgow – SWG3
04.07.19 (UK) Birmingham – o2 Institute
06.07.19 (UK) London – o2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
07.07.19 (F) Paris – La Machine du Moulin Rouge
09.07.19 (DE) Oberhausen – Kulttempel
10.07.19 (CZ) Prague – Roxy
11.07.19 (H) Budapest – A38
METAWAR track list:
4. AMERICAN LANDFILL
5. PRESIDENT X
7. TIME SLAVE
10. SELL YOUR FACE2.0
12. THE FALL
13. PUMPED UP KICKS
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