Chiodos discuss the band’s reformation, new album

February 4, 2014 by Matt Crane

Chiodos discuss the band’s reformation, new album

Chiodos have premiered a new video on Revolver discussing the band’s reformation with singer Craig Owens and their upcoming album Devil. “As far as what I knew, Chiodos was done,” says bassist Matt Goddard.  Keyboardist Bradley Bell adds, “We all got so excited again just from two weekends worth of shows, that we got together and decided that it makes sense for us to do another album again.”

The video also features a couple sneak peeks at brand new tracks from the band’s upcoming album. “What the hell are we here for!?” Craig Owens shouts in one of the songs. You can check out the video below; watch for the new tracks and let us know what you think with a comment.

AP recently premiered a brand new track from the band’s new album, “Ole Fishlips Is Dead Now,” which you can listen to below.

Chiodos are set to release Devil on April 1 via their Razor & Tie imprint label, drk/lght records. The record was produced by David Bottrill (Tool, Muse, Stone Sour) and is the not only the band’s first album since Owens’ return but the first to feature lead guitarist Thomas Erak (The Fall Of Troy).

The band recently announced a Canadian tour, starting at the end of February. You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Feb 27 - Toronto, ON @ Opera House
Feb 28 - Ottawa, ON @ Ritual
Mar 01 - Quebec City, QC @ Dagobert
Mar 02 - Montreal, QC @ Le Tulipe
Mar 03 - Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon

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