Wednesday, March 19, 2014


Revolver Magazine has premiered "Suicide Giants," a new song off Tiger Flowers' upcoming debut album, Dead Hymns.

An anthem of mourning, the melancholy tune is a contrast to the brash, rockin' style showcased on other new Tiger Flowers tracks like "Cruisin' 'til the Wheels Fall Off" whose accompanying video was named "video of the year" by MetalInjection.

As a recent Tiger Flowers review on Invisible Oranges puts it, "Coalesce are their most obvious reference point, but that comparison doesn't tell the whole story." Brooklyn Vegan has compared the band to "elders who pushed the genre into new directions, like Deadguy, Converge, and Rorschach."

Melotov Records releases Dead Hymns on vinyl on April 8th. The LA label, distributed exclusively by Deathwish Inc, is home to releases by The Banner, Ghostlimb, Old Wounds, ACxDC, and more. Dead Hymns was produced by Elliot Geller (Malignancy, Dim Mak) and mastered by Shane Frisby (Turmoil, Revocation).

The New Yorkers will hit the road in April:

Apr 4 - Newburgh, NY @ The Wherehouse
Apr 5 - Potsdam, NY @ Hurley's
Apr 6 - Rochester, NY @ Firehouse Saloon
Apr 7 - Akron, OH @ Old Haunts
Apr 8 - Dayton, OH @ Blind Bob's
Apr 9 - Chillicothe, OH @ Tecumseh Inn
Apr 10 - Parkersburg, WV @ 5th Street Pub
Apr 11 - Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space
Apr 12 - Brooklyn, NY @ The Gutter