Child Bite have premiered a new song titled “Vexed Life.” This track is from the band’s new album “Blow Off The Omens,” which will be released on November 22. Pre-orders for that are now available HERE.
Child Bite are streaming two new songs titled “The Masochist” and “The Fool.“ Both tracks are from their new split 7″ with Ringworm, which will be released on September 6 via Failure Records & Tapes.
Black Tusk and Child Bite have announced a fall tour together. Here’s the dates:
11/08 Asheville, NC – Mothlight (no Child Bite)
11/09 Raleigh, NC – Maywood
11/10 Baltimore, MD – Metro Gallery
11/11 New Hope, PA – John and Peter’s
11/12 Cambridge, MA – Middle East
11/13 Brattleboro, VT – The Stone Church
11/14 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
11/15 Harrisonburg, VA – Golden Pony
11/16 Wilmington, NC – Reggie’s 42nd Street
Ringworm and Child Bite have announced that they will be releasing a new split 7″ as part of Failure Records & Tapes‘ “Split Hits The Fan” series. Fans will be able to purchase it at this year’s Full Terror Assault Open Air festival.
Child Bite are planning to enter the studio in April to record their new album. The band will be working on the effort with Steve Albini at Electrical Audio in Chicago, IL and a 2019 release is expected.
Shawn Knight commented:
“We’re furiously writing tons of song ideas, jamming with various drummer buds, trying to put our best foot forward on this Albini album. We’ve just been in tour mode for the past couple years, so we had to put the brakes on shows for the entire winter in order to focus on the task at hand. But, when we heard that our good friends Multicult and Microwaves were planning a tour, we decided to crash a portion of it and test out some of these as of now still unwritten, new songs.”
03/15 Detroit, MI – Sanctuary
03/16 Milwaukee, WI – X-Ray Arcade
03/17 Chicago, IL – Livewire Lounge
[via The PRP]
Child Bite have shared three more tracks from their “Burnt Offerings” rarities compilation, which is set to be released on May 11. They include covers of Unsane‘s “Don’t” and Minor Threat‘s “Guilty Of Being White“/”It Follows“ and a previously unreleased song called “Throb Forever“. Frontman Shawn Knight said the following about the original track:
“‘Throb‘ is probably our favorite. We played it every night on one of our tours back then, maybe the Voivod tour. It’s about a self-destructive person near the end of their life: bridges burned, alone, miserable, and full of regret. The final line of the song is a bit about how the insects eating your buried remains makes your body quiver in a way similar to withdrawals… I don’t know if anybody would read into it that deep though. It’s also a nod to one of my favorite Carcass lyrics; ‘Even in the afterlife, there’s work to do.’”