We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Gladiators Eat Fire‘s new single “Feral Jesus” (listen below). The band are gearing up for a west coast tour (check the dates below).

Brian Kim comments:

“Ever since we released ‘Avant Garage,’ we’ve been working on putting together new material for our next record. ‘Feral Jesus’ has definitely been one of our new favorites. It was the first song we wrote with our current bass player, Curtis Parker, and he brought some pretty sweet grooves and ideas to the table. We’re really happy with this new batch of songs we’ve been working on and are super excited to show some of them off on this upcoming tour!”

After time well spent in the smoldering creative chambers of songwriting, Seattle-based heavy post-hardcore rockers Gladiators Eat Fire have unveiled the incendiary new single “Feral Jesus” for immediate consumption.

Fresh off the heels of the Matt Bayles (Mastodon, The Sword, Botch) produced Avant Garage, “Feral Jesus” picks up where the band’s ambitious previous effort left off. Chock full of big riffs, heavy grooves, and stoned out psychedelia, “Feral Jesus” distills and refines nearly a decade of sonic exploration into a powerful, hard hitting anthem.

Highly praised for their intense and frenzied live performances, drawing comparisons to the likes of Refused, The Mars Volta, and These Arms Are Snakes, Gladiators Eat Fire will be revealing “Feral Jesus” among other new jams on their upcoming west coast tour.

Gladiators Eat Fire Tour Dates:
2/18 – Seattle, WA – Substation
2/19 – Eugene, OR – Black Forest
2/20 – Chico, CA – Monstro’s Pizza
2/21 – Reno, NV – Wildflower Village
2/22 – Sacramento, CA – Cafe Colonial
2/23 – Santa Cruz, CA – Blue Lagoon
2/24 – Los Angeles, CA – Complex
2/25 – Los Osos, CA – Sweet Springs Saloon
2/26 – San Francisco, CA – Music City
2/27 – Eureka, CA – Eureka Veteran’s Hall
2/28 – Portland, OR – High Water Mark

RSVP via the Facebook event page.

You can listen to Gladiators Eat Fire’s album Avant Garage below, as well as hear more on their Bandcamp page.

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