Fans of big snakes, beautiful people, and T. Rex, rejoice and crank up Biters' new music video for the song "Stone Cold Love"!
Watch the clip, directed by Video Rahim and starring Acacia Marie Fusco, here:
"Stone Cold Love" appears on the Atlanta band's new album, The Future Ain't What It Used to Be, released last week on Earache Records.
Biters' Southern swagger and stadium-ready rock n' roll anthems recall the spirit of the late '70s – the glam, power pop, and hard rock gods of that era, from Cheap Trick to AC/DC and, yes, T. Rex, a band which "Stone Cold Love" pays tribute to in particular. With street-punk attitude and million-dollar choruses, Biters' sound and style transport us to a time when bands looked like bands and acted like gangs.
The Future Ain't What It Used to Be was recorded by Dan Dixon (Wyldlife, Whores.), mixed by Dixon and Scott Stevens (Halestorm, Shinedown), and mastered by Stephen Marcussen (Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty).
Buy the album here:
CD & vinyl - http://www.earache.com/biters
iTunes - http://bit.ly/bitersfuture-itunes
Having toured with Ace Frehley, Social Distortion, D Generation, and many more, Biters are currently out on a headlining US tour.
May 25 - Toledo, OH @ Frankie's
May 26 - Rochester, NY @ German House Auditorium
May 27 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
May 28 - Cambridge, MA @ Sonia
May 30 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose
May 31 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
Jun 1 - Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery
Jun 2 - Harrisburg, PA @ Abbey Bar
Jun 3 - Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
Jun 30 - Tulsa, OK @ The Vanguard
"A rocking Atlanta quartet with retro-riff-based leanings... Biters have been described as 'stomping rock n' roll, sprinkled with stardust'..."
"The good-natured feel of rock's best decades... Biters are cut from the same cloth as iconic acts like Cheap Trick, with a tad of the glitter rock sound made famous by the New York Dolls and T. Rex."
"Tingeing the full throttle, glammy power pop of the '70s... with the sugary hard rock of the early '80s."
"Influenced by the likes of Cheap Trick, David Bowie, Alice Cooper, and Slade."
"Retro rock to the max, these tunes will leave you both reminiscing and raging!"
–Pure Grain Audio
Photo by Evan Bartleson