|Irish metallic hardcore quartet BAILER have released a video for their new single ‘B*stard Son’. The track is the third glimpse into their long-awaited debut album Disposable Youth, due for release on 12th November 2021 via Blood Blast Distribution. |
The video for ‘B*stard Son’ was directed, animated and edited by Mt Emult (Genghis Tron, Year of the Knife, Veil of Maya). Watch it here: https://youtu.be/-cLYEHhQkew
‘B*stard Son’ showcases the more intense, bitter and abrasive side of the band’s debut full-length. Clocking in at under two minutes, ‘B*stard Son’ wastes no time slapping the fury in your face over blast beats and breakdowns, and should be a stark surprise to those who thought BAILER may have softened their sound on Disposable Youth.
Pre-order Disposable Youth and stream ‘B*stard Son’ here: https://bfan.link/bastardson
Following on from 2018’s self-titled EP (Distroy Records), 2017’s PTSD and 2016’s Shaped By The Landscape, BAILER‘s ambitious collection of tracks is about to expand and truly propel their notoriety outside of their native Ireland.
Recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House in Southampton, Disposable Youth dives into a grim view of the world from a place of manic depression and nihilism. 100% of the material was written in a room together: no writing on computers or demos being shared around virtually. For Disposable Youth, BAILER consciously decided to write every single song in a jam room together, fleshing it all out and creating what felt right in real life. There’s nothing wrong or right about any form of creativity, but the results speak for themselves.
Having impressively garnered attention from Metal Hammer, Kerrang!, Metal Injection and Heavy Blog Is Heavy so early into their career, BAILER have proven to be Ireland’s most exhilarating heavy band. With an impressive live résumé to match, playing shows alongside Norma Jean, Sick Of It All, The Black Dahlia Murder, Conjurer, Employed To Serve, Palm Reader, Malevolence, God Mother, Coilguns and more, the quartet are setting their sights on becoming one of hardcore’s most exciting prospects.
In the years leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic, BAILER began to mark their territory further afield, having successfully toured Russia and the UK extensively in support of their EPs. Now, with their debut album on the horizon and after kicking off proceedings with Bloodstock Festival last month, BAILER are eager to get back on international stages.