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Static Dress Gets Visceral In New Video “Di-sinTer (GLITTER REDUX)”

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[Photo by: Olli Appleyard]

England’s own Static Dress continuously outdoes themselves every time they share a new release. Today, the metal-forward band released a revamped track and accompanying music video for “Di-sinTer (GLITTER REDUX),” from their forthcoming deluxe LP Rouge Carpet Disaster (Redux) due out on September 15. You can score the pre-order vinyl for the 16-track album right now. 

Reminiscent of Deftones, the new version of their 2022 track combines myriad sounds of emo, metalcore, and modern rock, ultimately refining its more raw elements. As for the visuals, the recent Roadrunner Records signees take a true-to-form DIY approach to their work. Vocalist Olli Appleyard serves as the music video director and editor, as well as the band photographer. 

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The visuals flash in quick snippets depicting band members as well as a creepy, frowning masked figure over death-strewn lyrics. “Six feet is just the start for me,” Appleyard sings. Check out the visceral music video below.

This spooky video is the third of Static Dress’ new-era visuals. Preceding “Di-sinTer (GLITTER REDUX)” was the melancholic “such.a.shame (smoking lounge redux)” and the thrashy “Courtney, just relax” featuring World Of Pleasure.

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Music fans based in the US have something to look forward to, as the Leeds ensemble will be supporting nothing,nowhere. on tour alongside SeeYouSpaceCowboy and UnityTX. Check out the full tour below. 

Tour Dates:

  • Sept. 5—Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
  • Sept. 6—New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
  • Sept. 8—Boston, MA @ Big Night Live
  • Sept. 9—Philadelphia, PA @ The TLA
  • Sept. 10—Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
  • Sept. 12—Pittsburgh, PA @ Thunderbird
  • Sept. 13—Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix
  • Sept. 14—Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
  • Sept. 17—Cleveland, OH @ The Roxy
  • Sept. 18—Columbus, OH @ King of Clubs
  • Sept. 20—Indianapolis, IN @ HiFi
  • Sept. 22—St. Louis, MO @ Red Flag
  • Sept. 23—Atlanta, GA @ Heaven @ The Masquerade
  • Sept. 25—Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
  • Sept. 26—Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
  • Sept. 28—Austin, TX @ Empire Garage
  • Sept. 29—Dallas, TX @ The Studio @ The Factory
  • Oct. 1—Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
  • Oct. 2—Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
  • Oct. 3—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Union
  • Oct. 6—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
  • Oct. 8—Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
  • Oct. 10—Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent
  • Oct. 11—San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
  • Oct. 12—Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory OC
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