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Coming off the back of their first two albums, “Bad Habit” and “Show Me Your Teeth”, Cardiff hard

rockers Beth Blade and The Beautiful Disasters are set to make a rousing return on July 8th with their new album “Mythos, Confession, Tragedies and Love”. Heaving with monstrous riffs, huge choruses and still underpinned with an old school rock and roll attitude. All the while boasting a new-found aggressive lyrical muscle and twinned with a melodic sensitivity, in which Blade seeks to bring across the weight of her words.

Speaking about the album, she had this to say:

This album is a confessional, a journey of survival, of tragedy. Our darkest moments exist, they

deserve not to be hidden, sharing the pain helps with the burdens we all carry. It’s also a tale of love and hope, of taking our hardship and thriving despite the weight of our woes. You can be your own light. I am sharing my soul with you through these songs, each one a small piece of me, a piece of us, of our story. Confiding in you is our redemption.

To help secure the best sound possible for their latest outing, the band decamped to the legendary Rockfield Studios to work with producer Nick Brine (Bruce Springsteen, Thunder, and The Darkness). The band set up home in the famed Quadrangle Studio, where Queen recorded “Bohemian Rhapsody”, the studio has also played host to Manic Street Preachers, Robert Plant and Coldplay, among others.

Before the pandemic, the band were no strangers to the live circuit, and with restrictions lifting, they’ll be back out in no time. Having built a reputation as a fierce live act having supported Y and T, Dan Reed and Danny Vaughan, Ricky Warwick and Damon Johnson among others. They’ve also graced festival stages including Planet Rockstock, Hard Rock Hell and most notably with KISS on the globally renowned KISS Kruise in the US.


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