Home News

VIDEO: VIO-LENCE Debut New Song At Fresno Concert

The new song is set to appear on VIO-LENCE's upcoming EP, "Let The World Burn", which is due in early 2022.

VIO-LENCE debuted a new song, apparently titled “Upon Their Cross”, during their concert this past Friday (August 6) at Strummer’s in Fresno, California. The new song is set to appear on VIO-LENCE’s upcoming EP, “Let The World Burn”, which is due in early 2022 via Metal Blade Records. The album was recorded at Trident Studios in Pacheco, California with producer Juan Urteaga and mixing by Tue Madsen.

This show in Fresno marked the first live appearance by the current VIO-LENCE lineup of guitarist Phil Demmel, singer Sean Killian and drummer Perry Strickland, along with the band’s latest additions, guitarist Bobby Gustafson (ex-OVERKILL) and bassist Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-FEAR FACTORY).

VIO-LENCE released a new digital single, a cover of the DEAD KENNEDYS song “California Über Alles”, in August 2020.

MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn, although part of VIO-LENCE’s classic lineup who played on the band’s debut album, “Eternal Nightmare”, did not take part.

Photo credit: James Willard