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Beartooth mastermind Caleb Shomo has confirmed the band’s fourth full-length record is completely finished.

The new album follows 2018’s Disease with Shomo verifying the news of its completion on Twitter.

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Just a couple of weeks ago, we got a taste of new music from the band with a brief clip of an unreleased track. Along with the teaser, Shomo also let fans know they can expect the record in 2021.

 

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This follows an earlier clip of new music released back in June during the mixing stages of the album. Based on the brief bits of songs we’ve heard so far, it’s guaranteed to have a truly heavy tone to it.

 

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Earlier this year, Shomo also said in an interview with Blabbermouth that their new music will be their heaviest to date.

This one is just jacked,” he said. “Everything is amped up to 11. I am so, so pumped. Obviously, this is what you wanna think when you’re making a record, but damn, this is the best one yet. Not even close. This is the heaviest record. This is my best work – the most proud I’ve been of these songs. It’s wild. It’s some heavy-duty shit.”

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The musician went on to say “if Disease was AC/DC, this record is Black Sabbath.” Still, he confirms fans will hear all the elements of their music they’ve come to expect.

“It’s a lot more influenced in dark stoner rock, heavy power groove,” Shomo said. “Obviously, there’s still a lot of fast [stuff] and some punk rock and all that, but I’ve really been exploring with the stoner-metal side of guitars and guitar tones and doing different tunings and lots of fuzz and chaos and layering the fuck out of my guitar tracks.”

No release date has been set for the new Beartooth album yet but fans can expect its arrival sometime next year.

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