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Today Is the Day Announce New Album No Good to Anyone, Stream Title Track


Steve Austin’s storied Today Is the Day have announced plans to release a new album, No Good to Anyone, sometime in February. Happily, it will be the band’s first release in five years. Unhappily, we don’t know the exact release date of the record; nor can we confirm rumors that it is a concept album about the music of Staind, as its title implies.

BUT… we do have this incredible album art by Jef “Leviathan” Whitehead…

…and the seven-and-a-half-minute title track, which, true to TITD form, defies easy classification, oscillating between creepy-ass word poem, furious grindcore, and cyclonic noise rock. It’s got unsettling synths, dissevering guitars, and bass so fat it sounds like it’s about to have a heart attack. It’s a weird song, in the best possible way.

Listen to “No Good to Anyone” the song below, courtesy of Decibel. We’ll let you know when No Good to Anyone the album has a release date.

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