Skarlett Riot Unveil The Video for Break From Their Forthcoming

Skarlett Riot are getting ready to release their brand new studio album Regenerate on October 27th via Despotz Records.

Today Skarlett Riot unveiled “Break” which is the first single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album. “Break” is a bold, heavy and hard-hitting statement from a band that has grown in stature and confidence hugely since their inception.

The new material is harder, heavier, faster but still driven by the anthemic hooks that have kept this band at the forefront of the UK modern metal scene. The commanding voice of Skarlett has taken on a bolder and more forceful presence, whilst the guitars of Danny are razor sharp and incisive, giving the rhythm section of Luke and Martin the room to progress and expand into a taut, almost hostile driving force, as the first single “Break” ably demonstrates.

Skarlett Riot has constantly developed and honed their craft; and the band are comfortable in their darker and heavier guise, with elements of Asking Alexandria, In This Moment and Bullet for My Valentine shining through; opening up all new possibilities for the group. The result is their forthcoming album Regenerate.

Skarlett Riot will be hitting the road soon, with many more dates being added to the Regenerate tour.

Skarlett Riot UK Tour Dates:

November 10th – Bedford, Esquires (with Toseland)
November 12th – Oxford, Academy 2 (with Toseland)
November 14th – York, Fibbers (with Toseland)
November 15th – Stoke, Sugarmill (with Toseland)

With Santa Cruz

December 5th – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
December 6th – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
December 7th – Grimsby, Yardbirds
December 8th – Sheffield, Corporation
December 9th – Birmingham, Flapper
December 10th – Glasgow, Cathouse
December 12th – Manchester, Academy 3
December 13th – London, The Underworld
December 14th – Chester, Live Rooms
December 15th – Swansea, Sin City
December 16th – Bournemouth, Anvil
December 17th – Norwich, Waterfront Studio

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Source: National Rock Review