Beartooth Drops Tracks From ‘Disease,’ Share North America Tour Dates Beartooth Drops Tracks From ‘Disease,’ Share North America Tour Dates
Metalcore band Beartooth dropped two singles this morning from their forthcoming third record, Disease, along with North America tour dates this fall. The tour,... Beartooth Drops Tracks From ‘Disease,’ Share North America Tour Dates

Metalcore band Beartooth dropped two singles this morning from their forthcoming third record, Disease, along with North America tour dates this fall.

The tour, set to kick-off on September 14 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, will hit cities like Toronto, Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Tampa, Sacramento, and Omaha. Columbus, Ohio will wrap-up the trek in the band’s home state on November 17. Throughout the tour, they will be joined by Knocked Loose and Skylar.

“Disease” and “Bad Listener” are the first singles the group released since 2016’s Aggressive. While they’re a little lighter than some of the band’s past work, the singles still contain Beartooth’s gritty, emotional nature.

“The album is a whirlwind of emotion,” frontman Caleb Shomo told Loudwire. “Crazy highs, crazy lows, and lots of intensity. This record isn’t about winning anything. It’s about trying to even begin to learn how to deal with things. It’s hard to process just how dark you can get, what you can really put yourself through with expectations. It’s like starting from the beginning all over again. At the end of the day, it is a very dark album.”

A lot of Shomo’s work has been known as intense and personal; the band’s 2014 debut record Disgusting features raucous anthems like “Beaten in Lips,” “In Between” and “The Lines,” along with the raw, ending track “Sick and Disgusting.” Shomo shared that this record delved into his anxiety and depression. Similarly, Aggressive shares tracks “Hated,” “Sick Of Me,” and another emotional song to end the LP, “King of Anything.”

“If I’m not into scaring myself or pissing myself off almost while I’m writing these songs… ” he told Alternative Press. “It’s like, ‘Dude, nobody needs to fuckin’ hear this. You know you don’t want to sing it, you know you don’t want anyone to hear it because it’s too personal.’ If I’m not doing that, I don’t think I’m doing Beartooth justice.”

Disease is due September 28 via Red Bull Records. Check out the full list of tour dates below.

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Beartooth North American Tour Dates 2018

Sept. 14 — Grand Rapids, Michigan @ Intersection
Sept. 15 — Toronto, Ontario @ The Danforth Music Hall
Sept. 16 — Montreal, Quebec @ M-TELUS
Sept. 19 — Albany, New York @ Upstate Concert Hall
Sept. 21 — Boston, Massachusetts @ House of Blues
Sept. 22 — Brooklyn, New York @ Warsaw
Sept. 23 — Brooklyn, New York @ Warsaw
Sept. 25 — Rochester, New York @ Anthology
Sept. 26 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @ Stage AE
Sept. 28 — Ft. Wayne, Indiana @ The Clyde Theatre
Oct. 01 — Chicago, Illinois @ House of Blues
Oct. 03 — Indianapolis, Indiana @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Oct. 05 — Silver Spring, Maryland @ The Fillmore
Oct. 07 — Richmond, Virginia @ The National
Oct. 09 — Norfolk, Virginia @ The NorVa
Oct. 10 — Charleston, South Carolina @ The Music Farm
Oct. 12 — Charlotte, North Carolina @ The Fillmore
Oct. 13 — Atlanta, Georgia @ Buckhead Theatre
Oct. 14 — Lake Buena Vista, Florida @ House of Blues
Oct. 16 — Ft Lauderdale, Florida @ Revolution
Oct. 17 — Tampa, Florida @ Orpheum
Oct. 19 — New Orleans, Louisianna @ House of Blues
Oct. 20 — Houston, Texas @ House of Blues
Oct. 21 — Corpus Christi, Texas @ Brewster St Ice House
Oct. 23 — Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues
Oct. 24 — San Antonio, Texas @ Alamo City Music Hall
Oct. 26 — Albuquerque, New Mexico @ Sunshine Theater
Oct. 27 — Phoenix, Arizona @ The Pressroom
Oct. 28 — San Diego, California @ House of Blues
Oct. 30 — Los Angeles, California @ The Belasco Theater
Oct. 31 — Anaheim, California @ House of Blues
Nov. 01 — Las Vegas, Nevada @ House of Blues
Nov. 03 — Sacramento, California @ Ace of Spades
Nov. 04 — Berkeley, California @ The UC Theatre
Nov. 06 — Portland, Oregon @ Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 07 — Seattle, Washington @ Showbox SoDo
Nov. 09 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot
Nov. 10 — Denver, Colorado @ Oriental Theater
Nov. 12 — Lawrence, Kansas @ Granada Theater
Nov. 13 — Omaha, Nebraska @ Sokol Auditorium
Nov. 14 — Minneapolis, Minnesota @ Varsity Theater
Nov. 15 — Sauget, Illinois @ Pop’s Concert Venue
Nov. 17 — Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live!

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