New Noise Magazine Issue #44 features Unearth on the cover with a preview to 2019 and a look back at 2018. You can subscribe to New Noise Magazine and start with this issue, as well as purchase the single issue here.
The issue also features Swervedriver, Soilwork, Tørsö, Brendan Kelly & The Wandering Birds, The Living End, Can’t Swim, Crim, The Marked Men, Tightwire, Cripple Bastards, All Hail The Yeti, American Steel, Sigh, Within Temptation, Architects, Memphis May Fire, Greenleaf, Skull Pit, Street Sects, Peter Murphy, Planet B, Doe Paoro, Porcupine, Arctic Flowers, Surfbort, and more!
Unearth released their latest album Extinction(s) on November 23, 2018 through Century Media Records. You can purchase/stream the album here.
About the band:
Unearth etched their name into the annals of hard rock history through unrelenting determination, tireless energy and a catalog of stone cold classics. Two decades into a triumphant career, the Massachusetts-bred New Wave of American Heavy Metal trailblazers are both elder statesmen and newly relevant all over again.
With over a half million albums sold around the globe, Unearth’s astounding legacy has never been more self-evident. Festival vets and road warrior renegades, Unearth was a standout in a sea of worthy contenders on the final cross-country Warped Tour. Immediately upon its release in 2018, Incinerate, the first single from their seventh studio album, shot to Number 1 on SiriusXM Liquid Metal’s “The Devil’s Dozen” and was among the Top 100 most played songs on Amazon Music.
The album is full of venom toward the wrongs of the world, fighting back against the precarious position civilization is in, determined to effect some kind of change. The inevitability of death, loss, and tragedy is a persistent theme throughout Extinction(s), deep within the band’s most profound and hard-hitting lyrics thus far.
Like Pantera and the other greats who’ve inspired them, Unearth has defined themselves as a timeless act that defies subcategories, standard bearers for a meat-and-potatoes metal vibe that translates on diverse touring bills and festival lineups.
They’ve prevailed against changing trends, fashions and the way music is obtained and distributed with their credibility, integrity and unique persona intact. There is no sellout and no letdown for Unearth’s dedicated fans on the horizon. Unearth will always maintain and proclaim their allegiance to the ethos and the community of heavy metal, both now and forever.