THE OTHER New Album And Tourdates

The Other 2015

​ ​Europe’s No. 1 Horror Punks will be back with a bang in only a few weeks. After not having released an album in three long years, Fear Itself will be available via Steamhammer/SPV on June 22 on CD and double vinyl.

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​Singer Rod Usher tells of grand things to come: “I don’t want to speak of the cliché best album of the band’s history. But I do think that Fear Itself doesn’t have to hide behind its two successful predecessors…on the contrary!“

​A first listen confirms that the singer is being unnecessarily humble and that the Horror Rockers have created a monster of an album that has been given the proper big sound by legendary producer Waldemar Sorychta (Moonspell, Tiamat, Sodom).

​But it’s not just the number of hits that make Fear Itself such a great album, it’s also the diversity. The Other had a huge part in making the genre Horror Punk popular and have since pushed its boundaries. This time around they have mixed puck rock, metal and gothic more than ever but Rod Usher clearly states: “We still call it Horror Punk. Sure, our sound may be more diverse than on our first albums and we do have some more surprises waiting this time around, but the roots are still obvious.“

​Fans can thus look forward to an album that sees the band going its way without ignoring the previous five releases!

​The band will play several festival and headliner shows in Germany. The first confirmed European dates can be found below – more to come…

​09.11.15 Manchester – Tiger Lounge
10.11.15 Leicester – The Shed
11.11.15 Nottingham – The Old Angel
12.11.15 Birmingham – Scruffy Murphy’s
13.11.15 London – The Purple Turtle
14.11.15 Brighton –Green Door Store

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  • Michael Vincent

    Michael was a news correspondent and announcer here at Metal Express Radio, based out of Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA. He's an amateur lyricist/musician who has had song lyrics published in magazines as well as in books. He can play some harmonica, guitar, and keyboards by ear. His first exposure to Metal was the Hard Rock 45 RPM records he inherited from aunts and uncles when he was very young. His first Metal purchase was KISS' Mr Speed/Hard Luck Woman 45 RPM when he was 5 years old. His first full length Metal album purchase was Def Leppard's Pyromania when he was 12 years old. From 1991 he started his own business doing private DJ work for parties as well as occasionally working sound for bands.

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