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Beartooth Are Set To Release A Deezer Exclusive Live Album

Beartooth are set to release a live album through Deezer and we’re excited to hear it.

Source: Promo shot

Source: Promo shot

Holders of the metal hammer award for best breakthrough band, Beartooth have come miles from Caleb Shomo’s basement. In just two years the 5 piece hard rock band have struck their way into the heavy music world and they have remained there since. After sharing the stage with bands such as Slipknot, Bring Me The Horizon and Pierce The Veil, the band now embark on a headline tour of their own around the UK and Europe with support from Trash Boat and Vanna on both legs of the tour.

Not only are Beartooth embarking on an extensive headline tour, they have also released a live album exclusively on Deezer. This is the first live album that the band have released which was recorded and Download Festival Paris this year. The set is comprised of many hits off their debut album Disgusting and their critically acclaimed album Aggressive.

Beartooth have surfaced in the rock world in only 2 years which is a remarkable achinevement.  The only place this band are going is up and here’s what we think makes Beartooth a band you don’t want to miss.

  1. It’s only taken the band two years to gather 25 million views on YouTube, they’re already popular whilst their dedicated fanbase keeps increasing.
  2. The band have already won one Metal Hammer award for Best breakthrough band and they have also had 3 nominations in the Alternative Press awards. They already have a critically acclaimed album with Aggressive and the acclaim for the realisation that they have broken into the hard rock barrier is incredible.
  3. Their music is relatable and musically tight. They are a band who have got where they are through hard work and talent which is always admired.

To get hold of the Beartooth’s live album click here.

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