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UNEARTH Drops Intense New Video for “Eradicator” Off Their Critically Acclaimed Album ‘The Wretched; The Ruinous’

Watch “Eradicator” HERE

Metalcore titans UNEARTH proudly present their latest video for “Eradicator,” a standout track from their formidable album, The Wretched; The Ruinous. The video, showcasing the band’s relentless energy and unique artistry, is now available for viewing HERE.

Following the success of The Wretched; The Ruinous, UNEARTH continues to push boundaries, both musically and thematically. The album, lauded for its incisive commentary on global issues, stands as a testament to the band’s ability to blend aggressive sounds with thought-provoking lyrics.

Fans can access the album HERE.

Reflecting on the new video, vocalist Trevor Phipps says, “Since our new album The Wretched; The Ruinous was released ‘Eradicator’ has been posted and reposted more than any other track on the record by you all. Because of this we hit up our good friend Daniel Vandal from Kreact to shoot another live themed video (Incinerate) for us across the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The footage captures the high energy, and mayhem (Barrie), our Canadian friends always bring to our shows north of the border. Check out ‘Eradicator’ now and see you on the road.”

The album The Wretched; The Ruinousdelves into pressing global concerns, as Phipps explains: “The Wretched; The Ruinous is about the eight billion people on this planet. We’ve created a man-made mass extinction event and have been too slow to correct our faults. Extreme weather, drought, famine, disease, erosion of land, culture wars, civil wars, wars for natural resources, and the displacement of billions of people, is all a current reality. This isn’t a future problem; it is a now problem and I take this record to talk about it.”

Critics have hailed The Wretched; The Ruinous as a landmark release in the metalcore genre:

“Worthy of respect for staying the course, but also for smashing harder than ever, UNEARTH have made their best album since 2008’s “The March”. In the absence of anyone else nailing this substrain of metal with such panache, I hereby proclaim them to be the current kings of this shit.” – Blabbermouth

“The Wretched; The Ruinous is a reminder of how exciting metalcore can be when executed with passion and integrity, and that’s welcome in 2023.” – Kerrang

“It’s fun, it’s powerful, it’ll be a blast to pit to and it’s performed with a gusto and self-belief that comes from years of hard work and their deserved place as one of the originators of the scene.” – Distorted Sound

UNEARTH’s new video for “Eradicator” is more than just a musical statement; it’s a visual journey into the heart of what makes them one of metal’s most enduring and relevant acts.

You can catch UNEARTH live at these festivals:

July 5 – RockHarz – Ballenstedt, Germany
August 16 – Summer Breeze Open Air – Dinkelsbühl, Germany
August 23 – NOAF (Neuborn Open Air Festival) – Wörrstadt, Germany
October 4 – Furnace Fest – Birmingham, Alabama

The Wretched, The Ruinous Track List:
The Wretched; The Ruinous
Cremation of the Living
Eradicator
Mother Betrayal
Invictus
Call of Existence
Dawn of the Militant
Aniara
Into the Abyss
Broken Arrow
Theaters of War

UNEARTH ONLINE:

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Tours

Revocation: North American Co-Headlining Tour with Unearth to Commence This Fall

Photo by Alex Morgan

Tickets On Sale Now!

Progressive death metal outfit REVOCATION will join Unearth for a North American co-headlining tour this Fall! The journey, which begins on September 29th in Brooklyn, New York, makes its way through nearly two dozen cities, coming to a close on October 20th in Ottawa, Ontario. Support will be provided by High Command and labelmates, Entheos. Tickets are on sale now. See all confirmed dates below.

REVOCATION w/ Unearth, Entheos, High Command:
9/29/2023 St. Vitus Bar – Brooklyn, NY
9/30/2023 Lovecraft’s – Mechanicsburg, PA
10/01/2023 Frankie’s – Toledo, OH
10/02/2023 Reggie’s – Chicago, IL
10/03/2023 Pops – Sauget, IL
10/04/2023 Eastside Bowl – Nashville, TN
10/06/2023 Conduit – Orlando, FL
10/07/2023 Orpheum – Tampa, FL
10/08/2023 Respectables – West Palm, FL
10/09/2023 Music Farm – Charleston, SC
10/10/2023 Hangar 18 – Greensboro, NC
10/11/2023 Canal Club – Richmond, VA
10/12/2023 Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
10/13/2023 Preserving Upstairs – Pittsburgh, PA
10/14/2023 The Pit At The L – Horsehead, NE
10/15/2023 Wally’s – Hampton Beach, NH
10/16/2023 La Source De la Martiner – Quebec City, QC
10/17/2023 Fairmount Theatre – Montreal, ON
10/18/2023 The Queen Barrie – Barrie, ON
10/19/2023 Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON
10/20/2023 The Brass Monkey – Ottawa, ON

REVOCATION released their latest full-length, Netherheaven, last September via Metal Blade Records. Four years in the making, the Billboard-charting trio – Dave Davidson (vocals/guitars), Ash Pearson (drums), and Brett Bamberger (bass) – meticulously explore the allegorical and literal aspects of Hell as they dig deeper into the darker, more diabolical side of death metal. In short, where the previous album, The Outer Ones (2018), jettisoned REVOCATION into the horrific maw of the cosmos, Netherheaven bores deftly through the nine rings of Hell to directly confront Lucifer and his multitudinous faces.

Preview and purchase Netherheaven at: metalblade.com/revocation

In a genre where every band wants to tease their newest album as their ‘most heavy,’ Netherheaven finds REVOCATION doubling down on their most ferocious elements. The band achieved impressive levels of power after recording as a three-piece for the first time in thirteen years, while maintaining their tech-metal prestige.” – Metal Injection

…the progressive death metal trio’s darkest and most sinister album yet. This thrilling effort pulls no punches and has no weak spots.” – MetalSucks

Netherheaven is flawless in execution and doesn’t even come close to becoming remotely predictable. The Outer Ones ventured deeper into the realms of death metal but this release has undoubtedly perfected their approach.” – Distorted Sound