Genre bending metal act Today Is The Day released their eleventh album, No Good To Anyone, at the end of February through the major label, BMG. No Good To Anyone is a crushing display of Today Is The Day’s singular psychedelic-yet-scathing sound and stands as a symbol of overcoming pain and adversity of the most extreme nature. The album was created over several years of Austin’s battle with several major surgeries and treatments on a myriad of levels including a vicious battle with Lyme Disease.

In support of the album, Today Is The Day set out on a forty-city tour, alongside The Obsessed, Child Bite, -16-, and others. Up until the time the untimely end to the tour, the crushing new live lineup with co-assassins Vishnu Reddy on drums and Tom Jack on bass and keyboards joining guitarist/vocalist Steve Austin had already proven itself as one of the best live incarnations of the band.

Steve Austin offers to the band’s diehard fanbase:

Tour was so amazing. The challenge of every day pushing harder and harder to play the music, the best you can. To play it better than the day before. The No Good To Anyone Tour was pure magic. Sharing the stage with Scott (Wino) and the Obsessed and Child Bite was family on the road. Everybody just going for it and lettin’ it go! I was bummed beyond that the second half of the tour was postponed. I wouldn’t take anything for the No Good To Anyone shows we were fortunate enough to play. Our fans and friends have been amazing through the release of the record. Meeting new fans at our shows and hearing the excitement about No Good To Anyone was just simply mind blowing. I’m home now writing new songs and working on a live stream and an outlaw country album. Biting at the bit to hit the road and come see ya’ as soon as I can. Love one another!

No Good To Anyone is out now, and is available to stream or purchase HERE.

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