3TEETH PREMIERES VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE

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Los Angeles’ thriving industrial rock band 3TEETH​ has revealed a video for their brand-new single, ​Away From Me​. The track is found on the band’s upcoming album, , which is due out on ​May 19th via ​OMF Records​. Fans can pre-order the record on CD ​ and LP in a variety of bundles now at ​http://tiny.cc/shutdownexe.

‘I believe we live in very regressive times despite our huge advances in technology and communication. ​ We’re still territorially pissing like cavemen, and the tragedy of the commons has become an accepted way of life. The song is really about how strong willed minds can still stay autonomous and empowered even in the face of all this. I wanted the video to represent this from a human story rather than a political one as it’s becoming more and more apparent that geopolitics outweigh the human experience in terms of what is navigating our world.’ – Alexis Mincolla (vocals) With less than two weeks until the debut of ​, ​ ​3TEETH has sparked a storm of anticipation for the record with a preemptive strike of 3 new songs prior to release, Away From Me, Shutdown​ ​and Atrophy. The album was self-produced by the band, mixed by Sean Beavan (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, A Perfect Circle) and mastered by Howie Wienberg (Deftones, Nirvana, Pantera, Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden) and is a fusion of aggressive, riveting sound and artistically provocative propaganda. 3TEETH will be mounting a spring/summer US tour in May in support of ​, which includes ​ dates with Rammstein. ​ ​ The band will return to the UK later this year.

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