Fury rips from the throat of Dead By Monday on their new song, “Lost Generation.” Between breakdowns, frenetic shrills, and a visceral nature, the tune bashes back and forth with cataclysmic movements. The emotional and passion placed into its towering five and a half minutes keep the song’s complex growing until the outpour at the end. The music video finds the band performing the song in an intimate room. Take a view below!

“‘Lost Generation’, for us, epitomises everything that Dead By Monday represents. We wrote the song for the current generation which is one confused of its place in time, we don’t really know what we’re meant to be doing and there’s an uncertainty about everything we do. Behind all of that, however, there’s also an optimism that surrounds the song, stating that if we stand together we’ll never be alone and we’ll always find a way. It’s a call to arms for everyone who feels disenchanted with the modern way of living.” – Paddy

Dead By Monday have been burrowing away since 2016, crafting and honing their potent sound. Originally setting out to write politically charged punk rock songs, the foursome soon evolved and began to create something heavier and acutely self-aware. Drawing heavy influence from from the likes of Cancer Bats and Stray From the Path, Dead By Monday create hard hitting Scottish hardcore metal, twisted and entwined with punk. With their feisty personas and perfectly executed sets, the fiery energy created at their live shows will be sure to get a crowd going.

Dead By Monday have whipped up a storm throughout Scotland, supporting many known names in the scene including The Living End, TRC, Daggermouth, Anewrage and Lowlives. 2018 seen Dead By Monday constantly creating waves as they took their intense performances across the UK. Culminating in a successful release show for their acclaimed debut EP, Almost Punk, they successfully earned a slot on the Kerrang! and Fireball Whiskey’s ‘Hottest Band of 2018′ and finished second place in the final heat at the O2 Academy in Newcastle.

Their debut album, recorded with renowned producer, Steven Jones (Bleed From Within), is set for release in September 2019 and can be summed up as ’11 tracks of unrelenting rage and eclectic riffs from Scotland’s brightest prospects’.

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