Monday, February 20, 2017


Atlanta's rock 'n' roll quartet BITERS have released a brand new track, "Stone Cold Love" - the first single from the band's recently-announced new album.

Due to be released on May 19th through Earache Records, 'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' is the follow-up to 2015's critically-acclaimed 'Electric Blood' and is set to land in the wake of a UK/European tour this spring.

Listen to "Stone Cold Love" now at

BITERS frontman Tuk talks about how "Stone Cold Love" came to be: "I sat down with my buddy Scott (Stevens) to write a tune.  We sat for hours trying to come up with something that felt perfect, but were hitting a dead end.  We said 'fuck it' and went to his local hang out, ate some cornbread, drank a few beers and talked about music.  We spoke about T-Rex, Queen and Slade, shit like that, how cool those big drum grooves were.  Right then a light bulb went off and we headed back to the studio with a fresh start and within hours finished writing the song, demoed it and tracked lead vocals!  I was so fucking delirious I couldn't tell if it was good or not.  A few weeks later, Scott sent me the finished demo while I was on tour in Kansas.  I remember cranking it in the van outside of this fake old wild west town and thinking, 'Goddamn, this is so good!'"

The track listing and artwork for 'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' have now also been revealed.  Check out the cover art at

Track listing:

1. Let It Roll
2. Stone Cold Love
3. Callin' You Home
4. Don't Turn This Good Heart Bad
5. Gypsy Rose
6. No Stranger to Heartache
7. Vulture City
8. Hollywood
9. Chasin' the Feeling
10. Goin' Back to Georgia

Pre-order 'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' now on limited edition signed CD and vinyl, along with various merch bundles, at

BITERS will be kicking off a 24-date UK/European tour in March with label mates BLACKBERRY SMOKE, which will see them play to over 50,000 music fans, including a date at London's historic Roundhouse.  Don't miss them at these shows:

Mar. 07 - Madrid, Spain - La Riviera
Mar. 08 - Barcelona, Spain - Sala Apolo
Mar. 10 - Zurich, Switzerland - Dynamo
Mar. 11 - Milan, Italy - Fabrique
Mar. 12 - Munich, Germany - Backstage Werk
Mar. 14 - Berlin, Germany - Columbia Theatre
Mar. 16 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio
Mar. 17 - Oslo, Norway - Rockefeller
Mar. 18 - Stockholm, Sweden - Munchenbryggeriet
Mar. 20 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Pustervik
Mar. 21 - Hamburg, Germany - Uebel & Gefahrlich
Mar. 22 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Melkweg Max
Mar. 24 - Cologne, Germany - Stollwereck
Mar. 25 - Paris, France - La Maroquinerie
Mar. 27 - Oxford, UK - O2 Academy
Mar. 28 - London, UK - Roundhouse
Mar. 29 - Norwich, UK - UEA
Mar. 31 - Manchester, UK - Academy
Apr. 01 - Dublin, Ireland - Olympia Theatre
Apr. 03 - Glasgow, UK - Barrowlands
Apr. 04 - Newcastle, UK - O2 Academy
Apr. 06 - Bristol, UK - O2 Academy
Apr. 07 - Birmingham, UK - O2 Academy
Apr. 08 - Portsmouth, UK - Pyramids Centre

Tickets are available now at

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