Berkeley, California punk stalwarts RANCID have released the official music video for their new single "Devil In Disguise". The track is taken from their tenth studio album, "Tomorrow Never Comes", which is due for a June 2 release via Epitaph. The follow-up to 2017's "Trouble Maker" was produced by longtime collaborator, BAD RELIGION guitarist and Epitaph founder Brett Gurewitz.
At a whopping 850 million catalog streams to date, fans and critics alike seem to agree that RANCID's brand of high-impact, no-frills punk still flows abundantly in their blood, while easily translating to a modern audience. Now embarking on their tenth full-length effort, this is evident throughout "Tomorrow Never Comes". With its sixteen blistering tracks barely making the two-and-a-half-minute mark, the album boasts the same gritty, straight forward punk-with-a-purpose that the world just can't get enough of.
On their last studio album, "Trouble Maker", Pitchfork explored the band's themes of "contemporary political turmoil–blue-collar identity crises, tense demonstrations, the ever-present shadow of the Man — through the prism of their rebellious past, a little more wizened but just as rambunctious as ever."
Punk News also raved, "RANCID makes a radical left turn from the norm, pushing far past the boundaries, not just of punk, but of the traditional rules of music itself, creating the most original sound to come out of any musical artist since Beethoven."
Throughout the last three decades, RANCID has remained fiercely independent, never losing their loyalty to their community or each other. Their music confronts political and social issues, while balancing personal tales of love, loss, and heartbreak with attitude. By carrying on the traditions and spirit of the original punk rock bands that came before, Rancid has become a legend and inspiration to punk bands that have come after.
"Tomorrow Never Comes" track listing:
01. Tomorrow Never Comes 02. Mud, Blood, & Gold 03. Devil In Disguise 04. New American 05. The Bloody & Violent History 06. Don't Make Me Do It 07. It's a Road to Righteousness 08. Live Forever 09. Drop Dead Inn 10. Prisoners Song 11. Magnificent Rogue 12. One Way Ticket 13. Hellbound Train 14. Eddie the Butcher 15. Hear Us Out 16. When The Smoke Clears
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