South Of Salem announce second album

UK hard rock sensations South Of Salem have announced their second album Death Of The Party with their anthemic new single ‘Left For Dead’.

Stream ‘Left For Dead’ here:

Death Of The Party will be released 19th January by the band’s own Spider Party Records. Pre-order here:

South Of Salem will be touring across the UK shortly on their debut countrywide run. With over 1700 tickets sold already, availability is very low, and confirms the band as one of the country’s most exciting new rock groups around.

Dates as follows:

Oct 26 London Black Heart [SOLD OUT] Oct 27 Tunbridge Wells Forum
Oct 29 Bristol Exchange [SOLD OUT] Oct 30 Glasgow Attic [SOLD OUT] Oct 31 Newcastle Think Tank [LOW TICKETS] Nov 01 Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms [LOW TICKETS] Nov 02 Manchester Rebellion [LOW TICKETS] Nov 03 Wolverhampton KK’s Steel Mill [SOLD OUT] Nov 04 Inverness Monsterfest

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Photo: Scott Chalmers

Forming in 2019, South Of Salem’s brief history is already impressive, building legions of fans even at this early stage. In their time, the band have supported WASP, Wednesday 13, and packed out sets at Bloodstock 2021 and Stonedead 2023. Even more impressive considering they first hit the stage in 2020, with their live career then immediately halted by the Covid pandemic.

Death Of The Party will only up the ante: an all-out hard rock explosion of classic heavy metal, 80s sleaze and horror, with elements of Murderdolls, Avenged Sevenfold, and beyond. Recorded with Grammy-nominated producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, and many more), Death Of The Party is a huge record: anthemic, dark, punchy and powerful. You only need to listen to first single, the floorfiller that is the metallic-edged opening to the floorfiller ‘Left For Dead’. South Of Salem are a band here to not mess around.

Inspired by rock gods as varied as Alice Cooper, Guns N’ Roses, Zakk Wylde, and Murderdolls, to name a few, South Of Salem also take inspiration from the horror genre, to present a new twist on hard rock. Vocalist Joey is an avid collector of horror movies, with over 2000 DVDs and VHSs in his collection; he also writes spooky children’s books, with four published. Guitarist Denis – an avid fan of Zakk Wylde – has roadied for the legend himself, and is also a vinyl collector. His prize record is a Type O Negative test-press of Origin Of The Feces, with a scratch and sniff peel-away sticker. Thankfully, it’s still factory-sealed.

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