The Armed Share “Where Man Knows Want” Live Video From “Ultrapop: Live At The Masonic”

The Armed have shared footage of “Where Man Knows Want” from their new film “Ultrapop: Live At The Masonic.” As previously reported, that film will premiere on October 15.

The Armed Share New Trailer For “Ultrapop: Live At The Masonic”

The Armed have shared an official trailer for their new film “Ultrapop: Live At The Masonic.” You can check that out below. The film will open on October 15 and tickets can be found HERE. The band commented:

“”ULTRAPOP: Live at the Masonic‘ is the debut feature film from the band, The Armed. Directed by Tony Wolski, the film is a narrative-driven, cinematic document of live performances taking place within the opulent chapels, imposing asylum rooms, full-size indoor handball courts, halls (and more) of the mysterious Masonic Temple of Detroit; a 550,000 square foot fortress in the heart of the city.”

The Armed Premiere “An Iteration” Music Video

The Armed have premiered a new video for their new song “An Iteration.“ The clip stars David Hayter, the actor who voiced “Solid Snake” in “Metal Gear Solid,” and it can be found below. The track is from the band’s new album “Ultrapop,“ which will be released on April 16.

The Armed To Release New Album “Ultrapop” In April, Premiere “All Futures” Video

The Armed have announced that their new album “Ultrapop” will be released on April 16. With this news, the band have also premiered a new video for their new song “All Futures.” You can check that out below:

Dan Greene said the following about the new record:

“Crafting vital art means presenting the audience with new and intriguing tensions—sonically, visually, conceptually. Over time and through use, those tensions become less novel and effective—and they become expectations. The concept of ‘subgenre’ becomes almost the antithesis of vitality in art—itself a fetishization of expectation. ‘ULTRAPOP‘ seeks, in earnest, to create a truly new listener experience. It is an open rebellion against the culture of expectation in ‘heavy’ music. It is a joyous, genderless, post-nihilist, anti-punk, razor-focused take on creating the most intense listener experience possible. It’s the harshest, most beautiful, most hideous thing we could make.”

Notably, the effort will feature a number of guests including: Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, etc.), Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens Of The Stone Age, etc.), Kurt Ballou (Converge), Eva Spence (Rolo Tomassi), and Ben Chisholm (Chelsea Wolfe). The cover art and track listing can be found below:

“Ultrapop” Track Listing:

01. “Ultrapop”
02. “All Futures”
03. “Masunaga Vapors”
04. “A Life So Wonderful”
05. “An Iteration”
06. “Big Shell”
07. “Average Death”
08. “Faith In Medication”
09. “Where Man Knows Want”
10. “Real Folk Blues”
11. “Bad Selection”
12. “The Music Becomes A Skull” (feat. Mark Lanegan)

In other news, The Armed have also announced a European/UK tour:

10/09 Bristol, England – The Exchange
10/10 Birmingham, England – Dead Wax
10/11 Dublin, Ireland – Whelan’s
10/12 Manchester, England – YES
10/13 Glasgow, Scotland – Temple of Boom
10/14 Leeds, England – Temple Of Boom
10/15 London, England – MOTH Club
10/16 Brighton, England – The Green Door Store
10/18 Antwerp, Belgium – TRIX
10/19 Reims, France – La Cartonnerie
10/20 Lorient, France – I’Hydrophone
10/21 Nantes, France – Stereolux
10/22 Rouen, France – Le 106
10/23 Paris. France – La Boule Noire

Listen To New Converge, The Armed, Tomb Mold, And HEALTH Tracks From “Cyberpunk 2077”

As previously reported, the soundtrack for the recently released video game “Cyberpunk 2077” features a ton of new tracks from various artists including metal acts such as Converge, The Armed, Tomb Mold, and HEALTH. You can stream new songs from those four bands below. Converge’s contribution, “I Won’t Let You Go,” was released under the name “Shattered Void,” The Armed’s contribution, “Night City Aliens,” was released under the name “Homeschool Dropouts,” Tomb Mold’s contribution, “Adaptive Manipulator,” was released under the name “Bacillus”, and HEALTH’s contribution, “Major Crimes,” was released under the name “Window Weather.”

The Armed Premiere “Ft. Frank Turner” Music Video

The Armed have premiered a new video for their new song “Ft. Frank Turner.” As previously reported, the track was released yesterday as part of the Adult Swim Singles series and the band seemed to use it to troll Frank Turner and Frank Carter.

The Armed Seem To Be Trolling Frank Turner & Frank Carter With Their New Song “Ft. Frank Turner”

The Armed have released a new song titled “Ft. Frank Turner” as part of the Adult Swim Singles series. However, the track has been met with controversy from Frank Turner, who told Stereogum that the band took some vocals from one of his unreleased demos: “I was not at any point aware this was happening, don’t know the band personally (though I am a casual fan), and didn’t clear this.” The band seemed to address those claims saying: “CHECK OUT OUR NEW-ASS, 80-SECOND LONG-ASS, RIDDLED WITH UNCLEARED SAMPLES-ASS SONG ‘FT. FRANK TURNER’…” They also posted another statement saying: “It saddens us to hear that he’s upset about the song. We’ve been big fans of Gallows for a long time.” Obviously, Turner wasn’t a member of Gallows, but Frank Carter was and his picture is oddly being used as the single’s artwork. An official video for the track is expected to be released tomorrow (June 6).

[via The PRP]

The Armed Premiere “Heavily Lined” Music Video

The Armed have premiered a new video for their song “Heavily Lined.“ This track appears on the band’s latest album “Only Love.“ The clip serves as a sequel to the group’s “Paradise Day“ video. The band commented:

“We are no longer welcome in about 50% of the bars in Detroit (and a Home Depot) because of this so please please force everyone you know to watch. Also, it’s SPECTACULAR.”

[via NME]