Let’s face it, very rarely does a band early on in their career drop a new record where every song is the perfect soundtrack for non-stop thrashing and headbanging. You know what we’re talking about, that smothering sonic smackdown where you just can’t help but snap your neck in two.
Well, today we’re beyond excited to showcase one of those records from up-and-coming Pennsylvania outfit, Toothless. Combining their influences of Norma Jean, The Chariot, and Every Time I Die, Toothless’ newest EP Red is a six-song slobberknocker that can make the most even-tempered person lose their shit – no seriously, we tested it and it worked!
“The songs that are on Red carry strong tastes of our individual influences and are more indicative of the genres that we personally enjoy,” explains vocalist Travis Antoniello. “The tracks are laid out in a way that makes for a good experience when listening through it as a whole, so I’m glad we can finally get this out. We hope you enjoy these songs as much as we enjoy performing them.”
To give Red an early listen before the EP is officially released tomorrow, be sure to look below. Afterwards, make sure to pick up a copy here.