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DaiTribe Deliver a ‘Nuclear Jackhammer’ in ‘False Hopes’ — Song Premiere

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Forming in Chicago back in 2005, DaiTribe specialize in a no-nonsense take on metal that has no time for genre tags or the kinds of limitations that usually come with them. Epochalypse A.D., the combo’s upcoming debut album, is ideal for the kind of listener that loves groove-based riffing and straight-up song structures.

The self-produced album was mixed by Sterling Winfield who is famous for his work with Pantera in the past. Epochalypse A.D. features a track called “False Hopes” that Noisecreep thinks is the perfect way to introduce DaiTribe to our listeners. In this exclusive, we bring you the premiere of the aforementioned track.

“The riff is a nuclear jackhammer slicing through a coliseum-sized slab of concrete as if it was Jello,” DaiTribe bassist Ricky Riccardo tells Noisecreep about “False Hopes” and its monsterous guitar attack. “This track lays waste to all pretenders, condemning them to the aftermath of the Epochalypse!”

Listen to “False Hopes” From DaiTribe

DaiTribe’s Epochalypse A.D. will hit stores on April 17 via True Gemini Records. Pre-order the album at this link.

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