IRON REAGAN SHARE "BLEED THE FIFTH" MUSIC VIDEO
From their new album Crossover Ministry, due out February 3rd on Relapse Records
"Iron Reagan play a revved-up take on the ‘80s crossover sound, the one where speed metal and hardcore merged into one giddy and pummeling skateboard soundtrack." – Stereogum
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Richmond crossover punks Iron Reagan have shared the official music video for "Bleed the Fifth" off their impending Crossover Ministry full-length. Follow the strung-out antics of two rogue cops, played by the stars of Comedy Central’s new show Delco Proper (http://www.cc.com/shows/delco-proper), who stumble into the wrong crowd at the wrong time. Watch the video now at this location.
Hear the previously released track "Grim Business" via YouTube HERE and SoundCloud HERE. Also listen to the album opener, “A Dying World,” via YouTube HERE and Soundcloud HERE.
Recorded by guitarist Phil “Landphil” Hall and mixed by Kurt Ballou, Crossover Ministry features 30 minutes of relentlessly catchy riffs and irresistibly mosh-ready breakdowns paired with lyrics that run the gamut from satyrical to serious. In the wake of one of the most controversial presidential elections in American history, Crossover Ministry couldn’t have come at a better time.
Additionally, Iron Reagan are featured on a Donald Trump “Inauguration From Hell” inspired cover of New Noise Magazine Issue #30. The special edition features the previously unreleased "Take the Fall" track on limited flexi disc, an 18x24 screen printed poster and a subscription to New Noise Magazine. View the cover and order the limited bundle at this location. Cover illustration by Matt Stikker (@bargainbinblasphemy). All poster proceeds go towards the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Iron Reagan has also announced new Southeast US tour dates with support from Night Birds and label-mates Wrong on select dates following the North American tour with Power Trip. A full tour schedule can be found below.
IRON REAGAN Tour Dates:
---All dates 2/24 - 3/17 with Power Trip ---
Feb 22 Nashville, TN The End *No Power Trip*
Feb 24 Houston, TX Walter's
Feb 25 New Orleans, LA Siberia
Feb 26 Birmingham, AL Saturn
Feb 27 Raleigh, NC Kings *
Feb 28 Richmond, VA Broadberry *+
Mar 01 Baltimore, MD Soundstage *+
Mar 02 New York, NY Marlin Room +&
Mar 03 Pittsburgh, PA Spirit +$
Mar 04 Cleveland, OH Now That’s Class +$
Mar 07 Boston, MA Elk’s Lodge
Mar 08 Montreal, QC Les Foufounes Electriques
Mar 09 Ottawa, ON Brass Monkey
Mar 10 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground
Mar 11 Detroit, MI Marble Bar
Mar 12 Chicago, IL Reggie’s
Mar 13 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock
Mar 14 Des Moines, IA Vaudeville Mews
Mar 16 Kansas City, MO Riot Room
Mar 17 Oklahoma City, OK 89th Street Collective
*w/ Genocide Pact