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Dead Tired Unveil Two Tracks from New Album ‘Satan Will Follow You Home’

Dead Tired has announced their new album, ‘Satan Will Follow You Home,’ and unveiled not one, but two new singles, “Domestic” and “New World Pigs.”



Hamilton, Ontario hardcore punk group, Dead TiredTheo McKibbon (drums), George Pettit (vox), Nick Ball (bass), Marco “Sparky” Bressette (guitar), Frank Stefanik (guitar)—has announced their new album, Satan Will Follow You Home, and unveiled not one, but two new singles, “Domestic” and “New World Pigs.” The ten-track self-produced record drops on July 8th via New Damage Records. Head below for more details, plus the Andrew Friessen-directed video for “Domestic.”

Dead Tired (and Alexisonfire) vocalist George Pettit comments on “Domestic,” stating:

“‘Domestic’ was based around a riff that Franz had for quite some time. Then we started jamming to it as a band and Marco added some thicker chords, and it kinda shaped into the song it became.”

Franz Stefanik further adds:

“We as a band had no idea what it would sound like with vocals. I remember when we sent the track to George he said ‘this is something special.’ George kept on saying we can take it in a different direction if we didn’t like where he was going with it, but being the band we are, we’re always open to change and not sticking to a formula. The record has a lot of ups and downs and different moods and vibes.”

Physical pre-orders for the record are available now and include two vinyl variants of the LP and a t-shirt. An exclusive 7″ featuring two b-side tracks “TV Tears” & “Stars Burn Out” will also be available to pre-order here.

Satan Will Follow You Home Track Listing:

1. Predatory Loans
2. Show Me A Sign
4. Breakfast of Participants
5. Vast Lethality
6. Tyrants Palace
7. Creeping Dread
8. New World Pigs
9. Aging Out
10. Domestic

Artwork for the album ‘Satan Will Follow You Home’ by Dead Tired

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