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Alkaline Trio Drops “Break” Music Video Alongside ‘Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs’

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[Photo via YouTube]

Alkaline Trio finally released their highly-anticipated tenth studio album, Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs today via Rise Records. Featuring singles, “Versions Of You,” “Bad Time,” and the LP’s title track, the record highlights the punk ensemble’s return from a six-year break. Plus, this new era welcomes Atom Willard into the fold. On top of releasing the 11-track record, Alkaline Trio have also shared a new black and white, marionette-themed video for “Break.”

“When we break down/When we fall apart/You’ll be there smiling ear to ear and splashing around in my blood/Screaming goddamnit, I cannot get enough,” Matt Skiba earnestly sings in the song’s electric chorus. Check out the new track below.

“We couldn’t be more excited that our new record ‘Blood, Hair, and Eyeballs’ is finally out in the world. We had a great time making it and hope everyone has as good of a time listening to it,” the band shared on Twitter.

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[Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs Artwork]

Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs Tracklist:

  1. Hot For Preacher
  2. Meet Me
  3. Versions Of You
  4. Bad Time
  5. Scars
  6. Break
  7. Shake With Me
  8. Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs
  9. Hinterlude
  10. Broken Down In A Time Machine
  11. Teenage Heart

Alkaline Trio has announced tour dates across the UK and Europe for this summer. Following the release of their first full-length since 2018’s Is This Thing Cursed? The group is set to embark on an extensive, 28-date North American tour with Drug Church as support.

Following the North American leg, AK3 is scheduled to headline across the UK and Europe with special guests in July and August. The band shared on socials, “We’re bringing BLOOD, HAIR, AND EYEBALLS The Tour to Europe this July & August!” You can check out the band’s full touring schedule below and get tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • Feb. 22—Anaheim, CA @ HOB Anaheim
  • Feb. 23—San Diego, CA @ SOMA
  • Feb. 24—Phoenix, AZ @ Van Buren
  • Feb. 26—Dallas, TX @ HOB Dallas
  • Feb. 27—Austin, TX @ Stubbs
  • Feb. 28—Houston, TX @ HOB Houston
  • March 1—Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
  • March 2—Orlando, FL @ HOB Orlando
  • March 3—Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore Charlotte
  • March 5—Washington, DC @ Fillmore Silver Spring
  • March 6—Philadelphia, PA @ Fillmore Philadelphia
  • March 8—Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theater and Ballroom
  • March 9—Queens, NY @ Knockdown Center
  • March 10—Boston, MA @ HOB Boston
  • March 12—Toronto, ON @ History
  • March 13—Montreal, QC @ Beanfield
  • March 15—Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
  • March 16—Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
  • March 17—St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
  • March 18—Minneapolis, MN @ Fillmore Minneapolis
  • March 20—Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
  • March 21—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
  • March 23—Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
  • March 24—Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
  • March 25—Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
  • March 27—San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic
  • March 29—Los Angeles, CA @ Novo
  • March 30—Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
  • July 22—Newcastle, UK @ Boiler Shop
  • July 23—Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
  • July 24—Bristol, UK @ O2 Academy
  • July 26—London, UK @ O2 Forum Kentish Town
  • July 27—Leeds, UK @ O2 Academy
  • July 28—Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz
  • July 30—Glasgow, UK @ O2 Academy
  • Aug. 4—Cologne, Germany @ Love Music Hall
  • Aug. 6—Berlin, Germany @ Huxley’s
  • Aug. 10 –Wels, Austria @ Alter Schlachthof
  • Aug. 11—Munich, Germany @ Backstage Werk
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