D.R.U.G.S. LIVE REVIEW

The irony that Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (D.R.U.G.S.) come out on stage at Brixton Academy to Skrillex  – or something in that vein, isn’t it tricky to distinguish dubstep? – isn’t lost on this crowd, but then, this is the band who released a faux sex tape to promote a new song. Read more…

D.R.U.G.S DROP NEW TRACK

D.R.U.G.S have posted up a new track to stream called We’re All Fucking Crazy. The track is available to stream via soundcloud, and Craig had this to say about the track:

“This is a song that was originally written about some personal issues I was going through last summer while on tour with D.R.U.G.S. It can be self-interpreted, as most lyrics should be, but ultimately is about the moments in our lives where you feel like both nothing and everything matters at the same time. Losing someone, you included. Ultimately it points out the direction D.R.U.G.S. is taking musically. I hope you all listen to it, on a real level. I hope that it brings out some anger, some pain, and most importantly that you come join us and your peers in screaming along to get all of that out when we come through your city soon.”

You can catch D.R.U.G.S in the UK on tour with Black Veil Brides from 24th March through to 1st April.

D.R.U.G.S INTERVIEW

Destroy Rebuild Until God Shows (or D.R.U.G.S for short!) have recently been in the UK in support of their recently released self titled album. We caught up with drummer Aaron Stern, before their Nottingham Rock City show, to talk about the album, the tour and what the rest of 2011 has in store for the band. Check out the interview here!

D.R.U.G.S UK TOUR

DRUGS (Destroy. Rebuild. Until. God. Shows), the new project fronted by former Chidos singer Craig Owens have announced a run of UK tourdates for early 2011. The Rise From The Ashes Tour will hit the following cities:

4.03 – Roadhouse, Manchester
5.03 – Cockpit, Leeds
6.03 – Cathouse, Glasgow
7.03 – Academy 2,  Newcastle
8.03 – Institute, Birmingham
9.03 – Rock City, Nottingham
10.03 – The Underworld, London