Posts tagged with "Hell Or High Water"

The Neighbourhood – Hell or High Water

Following the release of their latest album Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones, The Neighbourhood has delivered a new visual for album track “Hell or High Water” today – check it out HERE. Speaking about the song, Jesse Rutherford says: “Watched Spongebob in the morning, Walk Hard in the afternoon & wrote Hell or High Water in the evening.”

As teased in the video, the band has unveiled several new merch items today for Black Friday, including Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones-inspired jackets, slides, lunchboxes, boxers and more. Fans can head on over to their website to grab their very own Chip Drip during their biggest sale ever.

The Neighbourhood also recently revealed on social media that they will soon release the deluxe edition of Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones. The new album will feature all 11 tracks from the original release plus 4 brand new songs, and is set for release on December 11 via Columbia Records.

City Morgue Shares “Hell or High Water”

CITY MORGUE shares their new mixtape titled “Hell or High Water” via Republic Records and Hikari Ultra. Listen HERE.

The melding of Rock and Rap is a concept that’s existed within the underbelly of music for decades, yet few have done what City Morgue is doing. “Hell or High Water” will continue the movement that two have forged, with more tracks that reach a wider audience. “Downer, “is rooted in melody with an ambiguous title as Zilla is straight edge, while Sos is the exact opposite. Songs like “Grave Hop” and “P.T.S.D.” continue along that similar vein, while “Lamborghini Getaway” and “Snow On The Bluff” turn a corner into mainstream. It’s an experience anyone can appreciate and shows what happens when two worlds meet to form an entirely new planet. Check out City Morgue new Mass Appeal Documentary. We enter the world of ZillaKami and SosMula, the rap duo known for their blown-out bass, abrasive vocals, and nightmare-ish visuals you can’t look away from. We met up with the group to learn about the broad range of influences on their sound, how the two linked up, and their motivations to create without limits. – “Mass Appeal