THEM EVILS Declare War on 2020 Carnage with Explosive Single & Live Video for “Pour out Another One”!

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Huntington Beach, CA based Heavy Rock band THEM EVILS is tearing into 2021 with their newest, party anthem single “Pour out Another One”! Produced by Jim Kaufman, the live video for “Pour out Another One” was directed and edited by the band’s own David Delaney.

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“Pour out Another One” is best described as an anthemic middle finger to what COVID-19 has done to the music industry over the course of the past year. After linking up with Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft (Escape The Fate) and Aaron Edwards, we wanted to write a song that embodied the attitude of just saying ‘f*ck it, let’s throw a few back’ and party our way through this.” – Jake Massanari

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Them Evils are kicking down the doors with their new party anthem “Pour out Another One”. A song that evokes a message that people can relate to now more than ever. As COVID-19 continues to keep the world from enjoying day-to-day pleasures in life, the band knew this was the time to show that it doesn’t stop them from keeping the good times rollin’. Whether it’s the struggle to survive or just celebrating the time we have.. ‘Pour Out Another One’ is proof that the life of the party never dies.

In 2020 Them Evils managed to put out 2 singles during the national lockdown, “Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight?” and “Coattails”. Each song shows off the band’s diversity in songwriting and achieving individual success through online streaming platforms.

Their previous EP Rollin’ Stoned and Livin’ Free was enthusiastically received with placements on Key Rock playlists at all major streaming services, and the band supported that release with more than 100 live dates in 2018 that included a national headlining club tour with stops at ShiprockedWelcome To RockvilleCarolina Rebellion, and main stage @ Rock On The Range. 2019 saw the band supporting Pop EvilOf Mice and MenThe Black Moods, and He Is Legend, as well as festival appearances at Exit 111 and Rock USA. Positive Press looks were posted at KerrangLoudwireAXSRock RevoltAlternative Addiction and others that added to the band’s critical acclaim.

The band plans to continue touring as they soon as they can safely do so, with tours and festival dates currently being explored for 2021!

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CARNAGE at Stage AE: Life In Color-Dayglow 10.11.13

CARNAGE is one of the quickest emerging artists in electronic music today.  A DJ, producer and remixer, he is best known for the genre of Festival Trap – a sound that he pioneered.  With a number of chart topping singles, he has gained the support of Tiesto,  Diplo, A-Trak and Hardwell to name a few, and has collaborated with a wide range of influential DJs and artists.  He has performed at a number of major festivals including Ultra, Spring Awakening, Tomorrowland, EDC and Osheaga, and has confirmed appearances at this year’s TomorrowWorld, Nocturnal Wonderland, and Life In Color/Dayglow, with more dates to be announced.  He also has a weekly radio show on Sirius XM’s Electric Area channel, ‘Carnage presents:Incredible.’

“Making music is about having an impact,” exclaims DJ Carnage.
It’s easy to feel the impact on every track the Los Angeles-based artist produces or remixes. With a versatile mindset and deft approach, he siphons electro, hip hop, pop, and trap into an intoxicating brew unlike anything out there. It’s dirty, defiant, and diverse.  Carnage embraced music at a very young age. Before moving to the suburbs of Maryland, he grew up in Nicaragua and Guatemala. It gave him an international consciousness and perspective at a young age that would pervade his art. In order to get through long car rides with his mom, he’d make mix CDs of everything from Kanye West to Michael Jackson, and they’d listen to them together. It was with mom’s encouragement that he began actually building his own tracks.  He recalls, “It’s funny because one day my mom was like, ‘Why don’t you make your own beats?’ I’d never
thought of it before, so she bought me Fruity Loops. From there, I just got hooked.”  He carved out a sizable local following in Maryland, slinging independent mixtapes and solidifying an online presence. Niles from The Cataracs actually stumbled upon his MySpace page and immediately became a fan.  Their correspondence turned into a creative partnership and led to Carnage’s signing with Indie Pop.  One of his first projects under that banner was a tripped-out and captivating remix of Yuna’s “Live Your Life”.
Soon, Tiësto began spinning the cut on his popular Club Life podcast, while Paul Oakenfold inserted it into  regular rotation on his radio show, Planet Perfecto. Carnage began turning heads. His “Festival Trap” remix of Hardwell’s “Spaceman” soon exceeded 100k plays on Soundcloud, and he teamed up with Theophilus London and ASAP Rocky for the 2012 single, “Big Spender”, and he co-produced The Cataracs “All You”, featuring Waka Flocka Flame and Kaskade.
Everything simply laid the groundwork for the release of his proper debut, “Bang”, on Fool’s Gold though. It’s an incendiary instrumental with a big hip hop bounce and a dubstep drop at just the right moment. “It’s really massive,” he enthuses. “It’s a rap record with a huge drop. You never hear that kind of climax in hip hop or trap records. It’s the perfect introduction to who I am because it touches on so many genres.”
The single’s B-side is a grimy and guttural gem that sees him collaborate with 15-year-old Chicago underground rap sensation, Katie Got Bandz. It’s bound to get the internet going crazy.  There’s nothing quite like seeing Carnage live though. Every show explodes based off his hyperkinetic energy and formidable presence. He’s rocked stages at Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Coachella, and more as well as performing alongside Borgore, A-Trak, The Cataracs, and countless others.
“I’m a big black guy who loves to rage,” he chuckles. “I’m not what you expect. I feed off the crowd and go for it.”
That’s why Carnage’s impact will be felt for a long time to come.