Fever 333 Announce New EP, ‘Wrong Generation’

Fever 333 have announced the details of a new EP, titled as ‘Wrong Generation’, their first full release since their ‘Strength In Numb333rs’ Record.

It’s set to be released on October 23rd 2020 via Roadrunner Records / 333 Wreckords Crew, and will feature the track ‘Supremacy’ which was released in June 2020.

On the track, Jason Aalon Butler explains that he begun the writing process after spending 13 days on the streets on LA, marching with the Black Lives Matters protests following the murder of George Floyd.

“This project is art as activism first. I’m talking about what’s happening and what needs to happen. I hope you understand there’s going to be pain in progress. After dismantling and deconstructing all of these things, we can find a beautiful place to be together. For me, this whole EP is that 13 days after 34 years. You fucked with the WRONG GENERATION.”

Check out the EP Cover Art below as well as tracklisting and a stream of ‘Supremacy’.

01.) Bite Back
02.) Block Is On Fire
03.) Wrong Generation
04.) U Wanted A Fight
05.) Walk Through The Fire
06.) For The Record (feat. Walter Delgado of Rotting Out)
07.) Last Time
08.) Supremacy

The Fever 333 Release Short Film, ‘Elephant’

I don’t think anyone had a better 2019 than The Fever 333. With the release of their debut record, ‘Strength In Numb333rs’, as well as relentless touring all over the world, the band have compiled the year into a short film titled as ‘Elephant’.

This includes footage from their shows and their rehearsal space, all in preparation for a follow-up LP that’ll be released later in the year.

Check out ‘Elephant’ below.

The Fever 333 Announce Headline Shows

They’re coming. The Fever 333 have announced the details of what they’re calling demonstrations will be taking place across the UK.

Jason Butler has said: “The few experiences we have had in the UK have been nothing short of incredible. The people. Their power. We cannot wait to return after the release of our full-length and feel that power of the people once again.”

Here are the dates.

November 2019

1st –  Bristol SWX
2nd – Birmingham O2 Institute2
3rd – Manchester Academy 2
5th – Glasgow SWG3 TV Studio
6th – Leeds Stylus
7th – London O2 Kentish Town Forum


5 Upcoming Bands You Need To Check Out

This is one post  I’ve been meaning to write for a while. How come I’ve not done one of these for a while? I probably haven’t thought of it until now. So, there are no many emerging bands coming throughout the world at the moment but which ones have caught my eye and ears the most?

Here are five bands that I’ve been listening to the most in 2019 so far.


This five pieces Alternative group are the latest to be hailing from the ever-growing roster of Brighton bands. Currently signed to Big Scary Monsters, Orchards are about to be setting off on their debut headlining UK tour, playing five dates before opening for Jamie Lenman in London at the beginning of July. Be sure to be a fan of them soon because I’m sure they will explode on the scene within the next 12 months.



The rising British Yonaka are ones that have been making a name for themselves over the last 12 months and really been pushing the boundaries and now with their debut record, ‘Don’t Wait ‘Till Tomorrow’ out right now, it’s a collection of everything they can and will accomplish together as a band. Opening for The Amazons and Don Broco as well as more in 2018, Yonaka are more than ready to take the next step in their careers, and I can’t be happier to see them take their future as headliners on their upcoming debut UK headlining tour.


I’ve had my eye very early on in Vukovi’s career, seeing them at Slam Dunk a few years ago but with the band in hibernation in 2018 to recalibrate and refuel for their upcoming anticipated second record, they’re a band who are sure to push boundaries for what it means to be a band in 2019. With their new material each an anthem in their own rights, the Scottish up and comers are sure to hit gold and collect more and more fans as they continue to rise in the ranks.

The Fever 333

Headed up by the former vocalist of Letlive, The Fever 333 have been exploring more and more in 2019. What’s interesting about this band is their politics where their tracks, their lyrics are all a platform against the worst people in charge of the world. With their ‘demonstrations’ taking place more and more each day, they are becoming the future of just what it means to be a musician in today’s world. They’re a group who come up once in a generation with lyrics that speak to the masses because music will make us rise, just as the band has since their inception.

Dream State

For my final pick I’ve gone for the best female-fronted Welsh post-hardcore newcomers Dream State, just so you’re not confused with any other band I’m talking about. They are making waves front right and centre, having closed off the storming UK headlining run, the band are sure to bring about new material, adding to their anthemic, ambitious and atmospheric sound which has made them a force to be reckoned with over the last two years of activity, both small and large on the scene.


And that’s it for another countdown list, hopefully, in the meantime, I’ll be getting to see these bands live soon, Dream State and Vukovi have recently rounded up tours and Orchards and Yonaka are on my list! I have high hopes there!

Music Video Roundup 08/03/19

It’s Friday at 4PM! This means it’s time for the music video roundup. If you’re new to either the blog or these music video roundup posts, this is how it works. Every week, I watch some of the best recently released music videos and compile them into a list for everyone’s viewing pleasure. They’re span across all the different genres, so expect something different for most of the tracks. First up is someone with a love/hate relationship with everyone and that is Andy Black of the Black Veil Brides. Following the teasing, he’s announced his upcoming solo record, ‘The Ghost Of Ohio’, which is set to drop on April 12th 2019. Of that, the latest single, ‘Westwood Road’, has a video which you can see below.


Next up are the recently emerging duo Sadsun. They’re from the North East, namely Newcastle and they’ve introduced themselves in the best way possible in the form of their debut single, ‘Control’ which you can view below.








Who loves a good old fashioned performance in a music video? That’s exactly what Gloo are going for, in the video for their amazing track ‘Stop And Stare’. Check it out below.









Last year, The Dangerous Summer returned with the first record in five years but they aren’t any signs of the band slowing down in releasing new material. ‘Where Were You When The Sky Opened Up’ does pack a punch but is instantly different from their roots.



Now, do you enjoy weird Science experiments, neon glasses and creepy doctors? Well, Palisades new video for ‘Erase The Pain’ is the video for you! It’s taken from their fourth record, ‘Erase The Pain’, which was released at the end of 2018.


This is a huge new video. Crystal Lake have revealed a huge brand new video for ‘Devilcry’ It’s off their 2018 record, ‘HELIX’ for which they’re currently touring for in America with August Burns Red, Fit For A King and Miss May I. It’s heavy, techy and filled with lots of live footage.





One artist to watch this year is the ever fantastic Cory Wells. He’s about to tour, supporting the legendary William Ryan Key (Formally Yellowcard) and now has something for us to feast our eyes upon in the form of ‘Patience’






Who loves a good cover? I do. Pop-Punk kings New Found Glory have ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo 3’ dropping soon. This is their record where they cover trailers from films in feature-length films. The first track off this particular release is in the form of ‘The Power Of Love’ by Huey Lewis & The News, from the 1985 Sci-Fi classic, Back To The Future. Check out the video below.




A few weeks ago was Valentines Day, and there was a special collaboration between Yungblud, Halsey and Travis Barker (Blink-182). When the three were in Sydney together, they had to perform it live but now, there is a video for the track. Check it out below.







And now, we’re at the last track of this week’s Music Video countdown. Off their debut record, ‘One Of Us’, is the title track which features members of the band, Fever 333 in a protest. This is coming off one of the best records released so far this year and now, here is one of the best videos of the year so far in a march alongside the United Teachers of Los Angeles in support of their strike.


And that’s it for another week of music video roundups. Be sure to check back next week for another ten of the best right here at Almost Anything Media.

The Fever 333 Announce Debut Record

Yes. This is going to be one of the best records of the year. The Fever 333 are a band that is just going from constant strength to strength. They only started last out last year but they’ve risen up and taken the rock community by storm. Now, they’re gearing up to release their debut record and it’s out in the new year. The debut record’s going to be called Strength In Numb333rs and is set to drop on January 18th 2019 via Roadrunner/333 Wrecklords Crew. Heres the album art. Fever333_Art_JW_APPROVED_1425.jpg And they have a fantastic new single called ‘Burn It’. But that’s not all, they have a music video to go alongside it.

Bring Me The Horizon Add New Support For Upcoming Tour

Let’s just say the tour got even better.

Bring Me The Horizon already have The Fever 333 with them on their run of shows in support of their upcoming record, ‘amo’. Now, they’ve added an upcoming British band, you may or may not have heard of before. But firstly, this band have been ones to watch for a reason in the last Twelve months.

Yonaka will be opening things up on the run of dates.

For those unfamiliar, here’s their fantastic track for you to listen to, ‘Fired Up’.

Bring Me The Horizon Announce Tour Support

This is going to be a huge tour!

Just over a year ago, The Fever 333 had their first gig in a Donought Store parking lot, if I’m remembering that correctly. This tour will be a huge step up from that.

The band will be opening up on all 19 dates of the upcoming UK/ EU Bring Me The Horizon tour.

You never heard of them? Check out this video for Made An America.

Music Video’s 07/09/2018

Hey everyone, Apologies for not putting out a new post of music videos last week, I’ve been at some job interviews in the last week so time has gotten away from me.

But now, here’s another edition of the Music Video Posts. First up are Glassjaw who have dropped a video for their track, ‘My Conscience Weighs A Ton.’


Next up are Fangclub, a personal favourite band of mine. After the release of ‘True Love’ in June, they have dropped a video for ‘High’ with some amazing visual effects.


Now, coming off with a personal message of a period of We are in a period of instability, adversity, and change… but also it’s a time for hope and possibility… As  Espace The Fate put it, there is the video for I Am Human.


Now, with some Airplay and some videos under their belt, Somerset group Pretty Little Enemy have a new single and a new video in the form of ‘Never Say Goodbye.’


Moving to TheCityIsOurs, this video is centred around the theme of loss and death, in their video for ‘Veins’.


Ever wanted to see what touring life is like for a band who wear Wolves on their heads? Well that’s what the point of this video is in Man With A Mission’s video for ‘Hey Now’.


I’ve been waiting to hear something from this group for a while. Now, this is building up a release from their new record, ‘Mental Knife’ but post-hardcore’s Hail The Sun is a bit arty and more or less sticks to the stop-motion technique in their video for ‘The Stranger In Our Pictures’.


Now let’s go to Canada. Melodic hardcore fave’s Counterparts will be releasing a new EP called ‘Private Room’ and they’ve just dropped the video for ‘Selfishly I Sink’. It’s a B-Side from ‘You’re Not You Anymore’ but now I’m generally excited to see more unreleased music see the light of day.


And the penultimate video. something politically charged? Check. Confronting historical injustice? Check. That’s exact;y what The Fever 333 tackle in their video for Made An America. On the video,  Jason Butler has said: This video was an attempt to offer representation to gravely underrepresented, and ironically prevalent, faction in both music and society. This is an acknowledgment of those whose bodies were exploited in the name of power. The beautiful bodies and souls that have been taken from time and time again to serve the interests of someone else with no regard for their own existence or advancement.


And lastly, last week Bring Me The Horizon dropped the first song off their new era. Now I’m not saying we should be starting or joining any cults but Oli Skyes and co do want me to follow their music more closely. Check out the video for their single, Mantra below.


And that’s it for another week of the best recent music videos. Be sure to check back next week for another round of the ten of the best.

The Fever 333 To Perform At Download Festival 2018

Download festival is this weekend and the set times have been unveiled but there was one set in particular that was yet to be revealed on the Avalanche Stage on Saturday of the festival.

There was a gap between Rolo Tomassi and Being As An Ocean playing and now fans have worked it out following a post made of this year’s merchandise at the festival.

On the lineup list, is The Fever 333 which you can see below.


For those who are wondering who The Fever 333 are, they are a supergroup made up of Jason Butler (Ex-Letlive,), Stephen Harrison (Ex- The Chariot) and Aric Improta (Night Verses).