Beartooth stream Fair Weather Friend

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Beartooth have released a stream of their track Fair Weather Friend.

It features on the Ohio outfit’s second album Aggressive, which is set for release tomorrow (June 3). They previously issued Hated and Loser from the follow-up to 2014’s Disgusting, along with a video for the title track.

The band said of Aggressive: “The songs have as much in common with stomping metalcore as old-school punk, vintage screamo and harder-edged pop punk, combining circle pit-inducing bangers with soaring choruses and bridging raw authentic intensity with accessibility.”

Beartooth return to Europe later this month for a run of shows, including an appearance at the Download festival on June 11 (opens in new tab).

Beartooth Aggressive tracklist

  1. Aggressive
  2. Hated
  3. Loser
  4. Fair Weather Friend
  5. Burnout
  6. Sick of Me
  7. Censored
  8. Always Dead
  9. However You Want It Said
  10. Find A Way
  11. Rock Is Dead
  12. King Of Anything

Beartooth tour dates 2016

Jun 10: Paris Download, France
Jun 11: Derby Download, UK
Jun 12: Nickelsdorf Nova Rock, Austria
Jun 15: Aarau KiFF, Switzerland
Jun 16: Milan Italy, Legend Club
Jun 19: Trier Jugendzentrum Mergener HOF in Treves, Germany
Jun 20: Colmar le Grillen, France
Jun 21: Villeurbanne CCO, France
Jun 22: Wiesbaden Kulturzentrum Schlachtof, Germany

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