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Return of The Damned Things

Posted Feb. 22, 2019, 9:37 p.m. in Records by Loren

Founded by Scott Ian (Anthrax) and Joe Trohman (Fall Out Boy), The Damned Things are back with a new album in April titled High Crimes, offering a teaser now in the colorful video for "Cells" (below).


Besides the two familiar faces who co-founded the group, it also features Andy Hurley on drums (Fall Out Boy), Keith Buckley on vocals (Every Time I Die), and the addition of Dan Andriano on bass (Alkaline Trio).


Give a watch/listen here:



The album releases on April 26 on Nuclear Blast. The Damned Things last released Iconiclast in 2010.

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