10 Years unleash third song from the album “Violent Allies”

10 Years and Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group present a visualizer for the band’s Déjà Vu taken from the album “Violent Allies”. Guitarist Brian Vodinh says, Déjà Vu is a song about trying to avoid monotonous moments in everyday life and find inspiration to find other ways. It relates to the way we write songs but also to our own lives. It’s easy to get caught up in habits like taking in the same kinds of news, checking out social media and hearing variations on the same thing over and over again. Sometimes it’s good to look around, turn off the brain and get a new perspective on life. ”

The band embarks on the road again this spring on a long US tour that includes 33 gigs. Before that, they play on ShipRocked 2022 between January 22-27. On April 8, they will hold an event for their fans at 24 Oxford in Las Vegas where they will play their album Feeding the Wolves, which includes the singles Fix Me and Shoot It Out, in its entirety for the first and probably only time. Black Map plays support and VRSTY acts as a band on the tour.

The first two songs of the record, The Shift, and The Unknown are two spectacular examples of this. The former is the first single of the record, and its hook is infectious as hell. Hasek’s voice cuts through the din and just has such a unique timbre and tone that taking notice and listening deeper is easy. The rest of the band are no slouches either. The guitars roar and drums crash with melodrama, which exactly what’s needed for a record like this, with each instrument sounding perfectly thick and chunky without any muddiness.

About 10 Years:

For almost 20 years, 10 Years has slowly but surely worked to change themselves and modern rock. They have built up a formidable catalog with, among other things, the group’s gold record The Autumn Effect (2005) which contains the hit Wasteland which sold gold and went on Billboards Hot 100 and was # 1 on Active Rock Radio and # 1 on Billboards Alternative Song Chart. They got 3 records in the top 30 on Billboard’s Top 200 with Division (2008), Feeding the Wolves (20210) and Minus the Machine (2012). On (How to Live) As Ghosts (2017), Jesse, Brian and Matt reunited and the record was a huge success. It ended up in the top 5 on the US Top Hard Rock Albums Charts and the single Novacaine was a huge success with a top 5 ranking on Billboard’s US Mainstream Rock Songs Chart and generated 22 million streams on Spotify with a total of 39 million streams on all platforms. In total, the album’s songs have been streamed 69.3 million times. At the same time, many of the band’s gigs have been sold out and they have toured with bands such as Korn, Deftones, Stone Sour, Chris Cornell and Linkin Park. The band’s latest album Violent Allies is a huge success with almost 30 million streams.

Tracklisting:

  1. The Shift
  2. The Unknown
  3. Waiting
  4. Déjà Vu
  5. Without You
  6. Cut the Cord
  7. Planetss III
  8. Sleep in Fire
  9. I Wish
  10. Start Again
  11. Planets IV
  12. Say Googbye
Line-Up:
  • Jesse Hasek
  • Brian Vodinh
  • Luke Narey
  • Matt Wantland
  • Chad Grennor

10 Years unleash third song from the album “Violent Allies”

January 12, 2022

10 Years and Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group present a visualizer for the band’s Déjà Vu taken from the album “Violent Allies”. Guitarist Brian Vodinh says, Déjà Vu is a song about trying to avoid monotonous moments in everyday life and find inspiration to find other ways. It relates to the way we write songs but also to our own lives. It’s easy to get caught up in habits like taking in the same kinds of news, checking out social media and hearing variations on the same thing over and over again. Sometimes it’s good to look around, turn off the brain and get a new perspective on life. ” The band embarks on the road again this spring on a long US tour that includes 33 gigs. Before that, they play on ShipRocked 2022 between January 22-27. On April 8, they will hold an event for their fans at 24 Oxford in Las Vegas where they will play their album Feeding the Wolves, which includes the singles Fix Me and Shoot It Out, in its entirety for the first and probably only time. Black Map plays support and VRSTY acts as a band on the tour. The first…

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