Friday, July 30, 2021

Seething Akira fall in Dysfunctional Wonderland

UK electro-nu-core six-piece band Seething Akira has signed an exclusive, multi-album record deal with independent future-rock label FiXT that will see a plethora of releases in the coming months ahead.

Out now is brand new single, ‘The Fallen’, that is taken from their new album, Dysfunctional Wonderland, that will itself be released on 3rd September.

The Los Angeles, Californian record label’s deal includes a deluxe edition rerelease of Seething Akira’s debut album Sleepy Skeletor, featuring newly remastered bonus tracks ‘Firepower’ and ‘Airstrike’ along with instrumental versions available for the first time.

 “We’re extremely excited to reintroduce Sleepy Skeletor to the masses, but this time with the power of FiXT behind us!” said the band. “Tracks from this album has taken us from major UK festivals to European tours, so we’re excited to present these classic tracks to as many ears as possible!” 

Sleepy Skeletor is available now on all platforms from FiXT.

You can pre-order new album Dysfunctional Wonderland here.

Commenting on their new single, the band said: “’The Fallen describes hitting an emotional low point, trying so hard to convince yourself it’s rock bottom, only to find yourself falling further and further into the dark corners of your mind. When all hope is lost, you’re alone, where only others can pull you back from the abyss.”

You can check out ‘The Fallen’ on Spotify here.

Seething Akira has been tearing venues apart with their incredible, high energy live performance since 2012 and look set to do so again now the UK exits from lockdown.

24th July, FortyTwo, Worthing
Thursday 12th August, Sophie Stage, Bloodstock
9th September, The Anvil, Bournemouth
10th September, The Crofters Rights, Bristol
11th September HRH Goth, O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
12th September HRH Goth, O2 Academy, Leeds
13th September, Dead Wax, Birmingham
14th September, The Prince Albert, Brighton
15th September, The Parish, Huddersfield
16th September, Bannermans, Edinburgh
17th September,  FAC251 Manchester
18th September, The Cobblestones, Bridgewater

Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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