Alabama Hardcore Warriors Gideon Unveil Their New Single Take Off
which boasts a crunchy, early ’00s-inspired groove and layered vocal cadence.Taken from the band’s upcoming album More Power
The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album More Power. More Pain., is due for release on 17 March 2023 via Rude Records (UK/EU) / Equal Vision Records (ROW). “Buckle Up – It’s pedal metal from starting line to the finish line on this heavy nu-metal/hip-hop-infused track. File under ‘Songs to Quit Your Job Too’. Soon You’ll Have a Drag Strip Will be blasted on. Hold on tight, we’re about to take off.
Rather, the band greatly appreciated the limits of their sound.
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Since forming in Tuscaloosa, AL in 2008, Gideon has defied convention, creating its own distinct sound and never settling for anything that was just the mill or generic. Rather, the band has stretched the boundaries of its sound to garner much acclaim and commercial success.
The band signed to Equal Vision Records.
2011’s debut album, Costs, established them as a powerhouse of the metalcore scene, but it’s something that Gideon shies away from, simultaneously incorporating elements of melodic hardcore and hardcore punk into the fold of their songs. , But always with an underlying sense of positivity and defiance. Impressively prolific, the band released their next two full-lengths, Milestone and Calloused, in 2012 and 2014 on Facedown Records respectively, before signing to Equal Vision Records.
All the hard work and dedication
His first album for EVR was 2017’s Cold. This was followed in 2019 by Out of Control, a record that saw the band’s profile continue to rise. And then, of course, the pandemic hit. All that hard work and dedication, all the progress they had made, vanished in an instant.
The album was on tour mid-cycle when the tour stopped.
In fact, Gideon was on tour mid-way through that album cycle when the tour stalled and forced the band to return home to Alabama, frustrated and disillusioned with a situation that – like most touring bands – thought it meant This may be what they will do. Thankfully, that didn’t happen, which brings us to Gideon’s sixth studio album.
Recorded by Randy LeBoeuf at More Power,
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Randy LeBoeuf at Graphic Nature Audio, More Power. More Pain. Violent is a brutally intense blast of noise that nods to both bands’ past, musically and thematically. But also set yourself in your context.