Cardiff hard rockers Beth Blade and The Beautiful Disasters are set to make a rousing return on July 8, 2022, with their new album Mythos, Confession, Tragedies and Love. Heaving with huge dirty riffs and even bigger choruses, the old school rock ’n’ rollers, who have been described as a cross between Joan Jett and Halestorm, had this to say about the upcoming album.

“This album is a confessional, a journey of survival, of tragedy. Our darkest moments exist, they deserve not to be hidden, sharing the pain helps with the burdens we all carry. It’s also a tale of love and hope, of taking our hardship and thriving despite the weight of our woes. You can be your own light. I am sharing my soul with you through these songs, each one a small piece of me, a piece of us, of our story. Confiding in you is our redemption.”

Ahead of the release of the album, the band has dropped their powerful new single, “Sin Eater,” and you can check out the premiere of the video for the track right here.

Speaking to us about the empowering new single, vocalist Beth explains:

“Are you haunted by your Sins? Can you forgive yourself for a past you can’t change? Sin Eater takes you on a journey of self absolution and redemption empowering the listener to find their own strength and power to overcome the demons that may haunt them. With thundering drums, menacing guitar grooves and a passionate vocal performance, you will soon be screaming the words ’I am the storm’ like a rally cry letting the darkness know it cannot hold you down. Yes, you ARE the Sin Eater.”

Mythos, Confession, Tragedies and Love will be released through Beautiful Disaster Records on July 8th, 2022.

Mythos, Confession, Tragedies and Love Track Listing:

1. The Otherside
2. Sin Eater
3. Tonight I’m With You
4. Who You Are
5. Hold Your Heart
6. Undo Me
7. Persephone
8. Ozymandias
9. Sacrifice
10. Trigger Warning
11. Still Not Asking For It
12. I Never Knew (Bonus Track)
13. New York Time (Bonus Track)

Artwork for ‘Sin Eater’ by Beth Blade and the Beautiful Disasters
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