BMG are proud to announce that they have added the ever-forward-thinking metal outfit Today Is The Day to their roster, alongside confirming the release of their new album, No Good To Anyone, in February.

Today Is The Day have always been a group to push extremities and to redefine what is possible for one band to accomplish, and No Good to Anyone is keeping this mantra stronger than ever.

“I fuckin’ love my new album No Good To Anyone,” Steve Austin explains. “I wanted to make the heaviest and most rocking, psychedelic songs possible. To take you on a trip. Anything goes at any second. No Good To Anyone is an experience. No Good To Anyone is beginning of the end of your life.”

The title track has been premiered through Decibel Magazine, and even on a first listen, we can tell Steve Austin has prepared something very special indeed. The usual genre bending we have come to expect from the group is on full display, with high-pitched wails, blast beats, and slow, snarling bass, dancing in and out of each other, all hand-recorded and mastered by Steve Austin himself.

No Good To Anyone is an aural divulgence of someone rising from a place of darkness to heights previously unimagined. The stark album cover, commissioned by Jef Whitehead (Leviathan, Lurker of Chalice), serves to bolster this sonic exploration of horror and ascension the album no doubt has waiting for us.

We can expect more details on the album to revealed in January 2020, alongside tour dates and more!

Even outside of Today is The Day, Steve Austin has proved himself a force to be reckoned with. from 2015 to 2017, he performed with groups such as Weedeater, Kayo Dot, and Abigail Williams, and in 2018, he joined Soulfly and Nailbomb for a month.

We can hardly be surprised at this varied and rich career, as Today is the Day have no doubt influenced these bands, and Austin’s time with these groups has probably fed back into his future endeavors.

An underground juggernaut always making waves, 2020 will be a great year for Today is The Day.

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