Hollywood-based rock outfit BUDDERSIDE are excited to kick off the holiday weekend with a brand-new track, “Voices,” the first single taken from their forthcoming as-yet-untitled third album due in 2022 via OneRPM. Produced by Matt Good (Asking Alexandria, Hollywood Undead, Butcher Babies), “Voices”—described by vocalist Patrick Stone (ex-Adler’s Appetite)—“is a farewell to this realm and an invitation to the next.” It was written by the band as a collective unit and sees the group venture into uncharted space with its anthemic hooks and riveting melodies. Out now, “Voices” is available across all digital streaming platforms HERE. Watch the animated lyric video, illustrated by Pablo Conde, streaming below.
BUDDERSIDE will bring their fervent live performance to crowds at Rocklahoma this Sunday, September 5, giving fans the first listen to new material in addition to playing singles from their recent album ‘SPIRITUAL VIOLENCE,’ released earlier this year via Motörhead Music/Silver Lining Music. Previously the band have been seen on stages across the U.S. with heavy hitters including Slayer, Anthrax, L.A. Guns and Motörhead, as well as appearing at major worldwide music festivals including Wacken Open Air (Germany), Malmö Festival (Sweden), Motörhead’s Motörboat and Monsters Of Rock cruise.
BUDDERSIDE was formed by STONE following his departure from Adler’s Appetite under the guidance of his mentor and close friend, the late Motörhead front man Lemmy Kilmister. He later enlisted a band of skilled musicians including guitarists Logan Nikolic and Sam “Bam” Koltun (Faster Pussycat, Dorothy), bassist Gabe Maska (currently appearing as Kurt Cobain in the Las Vegas 27 Show) and drummer Jeff Dewbray. Their recent sophomore album ‘SPIRITUAL VIOLENCE’ was released on March 26 via Motörhead Music/Silver Lining Music. It was recorded with legendary producer Jay Baumgardner (Bush, Godsmack, Papa Roach) and mastered by Grammy Award-winning engineer Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, The Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage), with guest collaborations from vocalist Carla Harvey (Butcher Babies) and guitarist Phil Campbell (Motörhead).
‘SPIRITUAL VIOLENCE‘ revealed STONE’s journey of overcoming addiction, loss and heartbreak to finding resurrection with patience, perseverance and meditation. Its extravagant cinematic music videos, including the Tokyo-filmed “Zen,” and animated “Pardon Me (ft. Phil Campbell),” were lauded as finalists and official selections at several independent film festivals (LA Film Awards, Virgin Spring Cinefest).