|Woking 5 piece EMPLOYED TO SERVE have today released ‘Harsh Truth (Relived)’, a remixed version of an older release but now featuring guest vocals from Andrew Dijorio from the bandStray From The Path.
From vocalist Justine Jones – “Harsh Truth (Relived) is a reminder that past demons have a habit of rearing their ugly heads again, and that doesn’t spell defeat. It means you stare back at them with more determination than ever before. This song is a reworking of the album track Harsh Truth that sees the song take a more primitive and visceral shape. The track also features a guest spot from our friend Drew DiJorio (Stray From The Path) which takes the song to a whole other level. As soon as the guest spot started to take shape when we were reworking the track, we knew instantly Drew was the person for the job. The way he articulates his words with such venom fits perfectly with the groove whilst adding even more aggression to the tracks already punishing presence.”
Listen to ‘Harsh Truth (Relived)’ – HERE
Watch the video – HERE
The band head off on their ‘Eternal Forward Motion’ UK and European headline tour through March 2020 with some stellar supports. Palm Reader, Giver and Cruelty will join them across various shows.
ALL confirmed and announced UK and European headline dates:
06 The Joiners, Southampton, UK +
07 The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes, UK +
08 The Bodega Social Club, Nottingham, UK +
09 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham, UK +
10 Cathouse, Glasgow, UK +
11 Manchester Academy 3, Manchester, UK +
12 The Underworld, London, UK +
13 The Think Tank, Newcastle, UK +
14 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK +
16 Merleyn, Nijmegen, NL *
17 Goldener Salon, Hamburg, DE *
18 Helios 37, Köln, DE
19 Die Trompete, Bochum, DE *
20 Maze, Berlin, DE *
21 Milla Club, Munich, DE *
+ w/ Palm Reader & Cruelty
* w/ Giver
13 Download Festival, Donnington, UK
04 Resurrection Fest, Vivario, Spain
All tickets here: http://bit.ly/ETSTIX
EMPLOYED TO SERVE released their 3rd, hugely acclaimed album ‘Eternal Forward Motion’ in 2019, which landed in a host of end of year lists (including The Guardian) following on from its massive release reception (with both Kerrang! and NME both giving it 5/5). The band also graced the covers of both Kerrang! and Upset Magazines around release.
Live wise the band finished up a UK and European tour supporting Bury Tomorrow in December 2019, which culminated at The Roundhouse in North London, Dec 21st.