Druids Premiere New Single “The Whip”

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(TRR) – Sludge metal trio Druids have premiered their new single “The Whip.The official audio for the song can be streamed below. Druids’ forthcoming album Monument is set for release on April 19 via The Company KC. The album is available for pre-order now HERE. The label is also offering fans an exclusive multi-colored vinyl which can be picked up HERE.

“There are personal experiences in the lyrics, as even now, I feel the band and myself growing in the way the character does,” vocalist/guitarist Luke Rauch said in a press release.
“This is one of the more high-energy songs on the album,” bassist Drew Rauch added. “We wrote it with the guitar being a driving force, and really wanted a bigger solo section in this particular song as well. Lyrically, The Whip takes us through more of a high-action part of the story, describing the harsh conditions of the desert world of the afterlife and the people that live within it. It’s a tough, strict life that they live.”
Next week, Druids will hit the road on a short tour with stops in the Midwest and Northeast. Modern Life Is War will join them on their east coast dates. The band are also slated to appear at SXSW on March 14 at the Spider House Cafe in Austin, TX.

Druids 2019 U.S. Tour
3/13 San Antonio, TX @ The Guillotine
3/14 Austin, TX @ Spider House Cafe (at SXSW)
3/15 Ft. Worth, TX @ Ridglea Theater
3/16 Oklahoma City, OK @ The Blue Note
4/19 Kansas City, MO @ Union Library
4/20 Des Moines, IA @ Wooly’s
4/27 Lawrence, KS @ Replay Lounge
6/6 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar (w/ Modern Life Is War)
6/7 Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents (w/ Modern Life Is War)
6/9 Boston, MA @ Great Scott (w/ Modern Life Is War)

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