Today Is The Day Premiere New Song “You’re All Gonna Die”

Today Is The Day have premiered a new song titled “You’re All Gonna Die.” This track is from the band’s new album “No Good To Anyone,” which will be released on February 28. Steve Austin commented:

“When you beat a person down and nothing let’s up, you need to fight back. The only person that is going to fight for you, is you. ‘You’re All Gonna Die‘ paints a picture of what happens you when you push someone way too far.”

[via Revolver]

Today Is The Day Premiere New Song “No Good To Anyone”

Today Is The Day have premiered a new song titled “No Good To Anyone.” This is the title track of the band’s new album, which is expected to be released early next year. Steve Austin said the following about the record:

“I fuckin’ love my new album, ‘No Good To Anyone‘. I wanted to make the heaviest and most rocking, psychedelic songs possible. To take you on a trip. Anything goes at any second. ‘No Good To Anyone‘ is an experience. ‘No Good To Anyone‘ is beginning of the end of your life.”

[via Decibel]

Watch New Clip From Steve Austin’s (Today Is The Day) “The Man Who Loves To Hurt Himself” Documentary

A new clip from Steve Austin’s (Today Is The Day) “The Man Who Loves To Hurt Himself” documentary has been shared and can be seen below. That film is set to be released on August 28.

[via Decibel]

Steve Austin (Today Is The Day) Documentary “The Man Who Loves To Hurt Himself” To Be Released In August

A new Steve Austin (Today Is The Day) documentary called “The Man Who Loves To Hurt Himself” is set to be released on August 28. You can pre-order the effort on Blu-ray and DVD via Amazon and digitally via iTunes.

The following description was offered in a press release:

“Steve Austin, whose noise-laden, experimental and fiercely aggressive musical output over two decades has served as testimony, touched hearts and myriad troubled lives. Not many people can say they have so fully dedicated themselves to what they love and believe as Steve Austin has. To many, he defines the word “legend.”

The loose but subdued methodical subtlety of the movie stands in sharp contrast to an artist known in the worldwide underground of extreme music for abrasive, loud, chaotic spectacle and neo-violent imagery through a slow, brooding and emotional ninety-three minutes that covers a year of conversations and ride-a-longs with the casual aesthetic of natural conversation supported by raw grainy fan shot footage, old pictures, personal home videos, career spanning amulets, in a self-examination of the psyche of a modern-day “madman” and “master.”

Ride along as Austin‘s first-person account brings balance to these opposing forces, reckoning and stretching himself from the drive to create his musical vision, engaging and performing intense shows around the world, to being home with his wife and children. How one near-death experience led him to connect with the love of his life and begin the transition, fulfilling his destiny as a loving family man while completing his mission to bring relief his followers, and overcome being the man who loves to hurt himself.

The Man Who Loves To Hurt Himself is not your typical music documentary, but rather a film that focuses on the story of the artist himself, and what it means to express yourself on an existential level no matter what the cost.”

[via The PRP]

Today Is The Day Announce August U.S. Tour

Today Is The Day have announced an August U.S. tour. These dates will take place around their appearance at the Psycho Las Vegas festival.

Tour Dates:

08/13 Erie, PA – Basement Transitions
08/14 Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class
08/15 Dubuque, IA – The Lift
08/16 Dallas, TX – Renos Chop Shop
08/18 Las Vegas, NV – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (‘Psycho Las Vegas‘)
08/19 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
08/20 Colorado Springs, CO – Triple Nickel
08/21 Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
08/22 Bloomington, IL – Nightshop

Today Is The Day Stream Remasterd Version Of “In The Eyes Of God”

Today Is The Day are streaming the remastered version of their 1999 album “In The Eyes Of God.” This version of the album will be released tomorrow (September 22). It is worth noting that the effort features Steve Austin, along with Mastodon’s Brann Dailor and Bill Kelliher.