Bass Drum Of Death "Get Found" In This New Video
Curious as to what GB City, the new album from explosive garage rock duo Bass Drum of Death, sounds like? From what we've been told, it's about "drugs, religious girls, panic attacks, mild to severe depression, Elvis appearing in your dreams and giving you advice, gravity bongs, and the devil living inside your brain." You hear that noise? That's the sound of a thousand music bloggers scrambling to coin a new subgenre...
True to their sound, the new Alex Warren-directed video for "Get Found", the first single off of GB City, is nothing but a shitshow of loud music, substance abuse, delinquent behavior, motorbikes, and good old fashioned lighting stuff on fire. Basically, what we're trying to say is: Hey, John and Colin! Let us know next time you throw down! We want in...
Check out the video below, and catch BDOD for a rager on their tour!
Tour dates and details:
10/06 -- El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/07 -- Dallas, TX @ Good Records w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/08 -- Austin, TX @ Mohawk w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/09 -- Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald's w/ Toro Y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Andrew Ripp
10/10 -- New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack's w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/11 -- Tallahassee, Fl @ Club Downunder w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/13 -- Birmingham, AL @ Bottletree Cafe w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/14 -- Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade Hall w/ Toro Y Moi and Bass Drum of Death
10/15 -- West Columbia, SC @ The New Brookland Tavern w/ Toro Y Moi and Unknown Mortal Orchestra
11/04 -- Brighton, UK @ The Green Door Store w/ Diatribes
11/05 -- Bristol, UK @ The Croft
11/07 -- Manchester, UK @ The Castle
11/08 -- London, UK @ The Lexington
11/09 -- Antwerp, Belgium @ TRIX Centrum voor Muziek
11/16 -- Dudingen, Switzerland @ Bad Bonn
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