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ATTILA Go Old School as they release Brand New Single "New Devil" Ft. Dickie Allen

Atlanta's most notorious purveyors of party metalcore, ATTILA, have released brand new, super-heavy single, "New Devil" Ft Dickie Allen. The new track sees ATTILA hark back to their early releases, combining huge, obnoxious beatdowns, thrashy riffs and Fronz's signature vocal combo of rapping and screaming. Find the new track on streaming platforms HERE and watch the accompanying visualizer HERE.

Speaking on the release of their new track, ATTILA frontman, Chris 'Fronz' Fronzak shares

"New Devil is Attila showing respect to our roots. We grew up listening to heavy music, creating heavy music, and we will continue making heavy music. Lyrically the song is paying homage to our earlier works of art with a lot of references to our older songs. We wanted to make something heavy and it turned out absolutely gross."

"New Devil" Ft. Dickie Allen continues to usher in a new era of ATTILA. It began in April of 2023 with the release of “Bite Your Tongue” which shocked ATTILA fans around the world with the surprise addition of clean vocals from Fronz for the first time ever on one of the band's tracks. Three further stand-alone singles then followed - "Mia Goth", "FU4EVR" and, most recently, "Timebomb". Between them, the 3 new singles have racked up 10.8 million streams on Spotify alone and 790,000 YouTube views.

These new tracks showcase a new direction for ATTILA, maintaining the band’s signature blend of metalcore, nu metal and deathcore whilst also adding new layers of melodic finesse and instrumental technicality. Proving that even after 15 years, they are still one of the most innovative and prolific forces in the genre. The band recently sat down with longtime journalist Ryan J. Downey for a candid look at the ATILLA story thus-far. Watch episode 1 of the interview HERE.

Speaking on the interview series, the band share

"Our interview with Ryan Downey is an opportunity for our fans (or non-fans) to see a completely real and organic side of Attila. There are no gimmicks and no bullshit. Just real stories of our personal lives and how Attila came to be. If you appreciate shit that is 100% raw and real then you will enjoy this interview."


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