Car Bomb Drop Off Born Of Osiris, Oceano, Etc. Tour

Car Bomb have dropped off their current tour with Born Of Osiris, Oceano, and The Last Ten Seconds Of Life. The band commented:

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, We are deeply sorry to all our fans that we’ve had to pull out of the remainder of the shows with Born of Osiris. 12/10-12/15. We promise to be back in the cities we’ve missed in the future! We are bummed!!! This tour package is CRUSHING! go and Support our buds in Born of Osiris Oceano & The Last Ten Seconds of Life !!!”

The Last Ten Seconds Of Life Added To Born Of Osiris, Oceano, & Car Bomb’s December Tour

The Last Ten Seconds Of Life have been added to Born Of Osiris, Oceano, and Car Bomb’s December tour. Here’s the dates for that run:

12/03 Louisville, KY – Diamond Pub Concert Hall
12/04 Greensboro, NC – Blind Tiger
12/05 Virginia Beach, VA – Elevation 27
12/06 Easton, PA – One Centre Square
12/08 Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
12/09 Quebec City, QC – Le D’auteuil
12/10 Ottawa, ON – Brass Monkey
12/11 London, ON – Rum Runners
12/14 Grand Rapids, MI – Stache
12/15 Palatine, IL – Durty Nellies

Car Bomb To Release New Album “Mordial” In September, Premiere New Song “Scattered Sprites”

Car Bomb have announced that their new album “Mordial“ will be released on September 27. With this news, the band have also shared a new song called “Scattered Sprites”:

Greg Kubacki had the following to say about the new record:

“On our last record, ‘Meta‘, one of the biggest surprises was ‘Gratitude.’ That was one of our favorite songs on the album, but we were hesitant to release it since it leans on a lot of our non-heavy influences. After seeing fans react so positively to it we felt like we could explore more of that vibe on ‘Mordial‘. But then we thought, ‘wait, what other sounds can we explore that we’ve always wanted to try?’ With this particular record it really feels like the gloves came off, and that we were free to experiment with whatever we wanted to.”

“This sounds extremely cliche, but ‘Mordial‘ to me is a record that feels the most like ‘us’. I mean we love heavy shit, but that’s not what we listen to on the regular. This album explores a lot of other tones, timbers and vibes that we normally listen to, and I’m really excited that we get to showcase that on this record.

Wrapping up the sessions of ‘Mordial‘ is kinda bitter sweet. I started writing this album after watching Gojira for a month straight on the ‘Magma‘ tour two and a half years ago, and whatever voodoo they had going on during that run had a tremendous effect on me. I really can’t put my finger on what we’ve been going for on this one (because it’s weird AF), but I know that tour was the seed. And it’s sad that it’s all ending because I’ve never felt so alive working on a record.”