“Disgusting is a contender for debut album of the year” – Rock Sound
“Beartooth may just be the best new band of 2014. Hear them Roar!” – Kerrang!
“Raw and emotionally charged” – Metal Hammer
Debut album “Disgusting” out now on Red Bull Records
Beartooth will join Don Broco, We Are The In Crowd and Bury Tomorrow on the Kerrang! Tour in February 2015. The band have firmly put themselves up there as one of the most exciting bands of 2014 and proved they can destroy it live after their sold out tour supporting Of Mice & Men and their total annihilation of every show on last Summer’s Vans Warped Tour.
“I honestly couldn’t be more excited about this tour! It’s great to be part of a tour put on by such a great magazine with so many good bands! Let’s turn it up to 11!”– Caleb Shomo
The tour dates are as follows:
6th Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR
7th Leeds O2 Academy
9th Southampton O2 Guildhall
10th Bristol O2 Academy 1
11th Dublin Olympia
13th Cardiff Uni Great Hall
14th Manchester Academy 1
15th Newcastle O2 Academy
16th Glasgow O2 Academy
18th Liverpool O2 Academy 1
19th Birmingham O2 Academy 1
20th London Forum
Beartooth songs are jam-packed with the passion, energy and urgent excitement of the underground Metalcore that emerged over two decades ago. Beartooth is a wakeup call, a rallying point against scene trends that have watered down the vibrant spirit of a classic sound; there is nothing fake about the sentiments on display. It’s real. It’s raw. Driven by the gritty sounds of guitar, bass, drums and forcefully deliberate vocals, Beartooth’s opening salvo delivers undeniable anthems.
“I Have a Problem”, “The Lines” and “Beaten In Lips” confidently announce Beartooth’s arrival to the world via an aural assault that viscerally connects in a way that is primal and destructive. There is no distinction between the band and their audience. They are one.Beartooth serves up arrestingly personal musings that act as conduits to their fans, the people who struggle with the same issues.
The best bands are often birthed by the most modest of intentions. No master plan, no blueprint for success, no marketing strategies – these are the types of groups whose organic formation ensures an authenticity to their creative output that can’t be manufactured. When all of the stars align and the material is fully executed, it’s groups like Beartooth who ultimately dominate against pretenders to the throne.
Take a dive into the mind, take a journey into complicated issues, emerge refreshed and energised. Put on Beartooth and enjoy the ride.
Check out why Kerrang! are so excited by Beartooth here
Caleb Shomo – Vocals
Taylor Lumley – Guitar
Kamron Bradbury – Guitar
Oshie Bichar – Bass
Brandon Mullins – Drums