Unstoppable UK crossover crew THE FINAL CLAUSE OF TACITUS charge again with their fiery new single and video, For Crying Out Loud. This scorching track features both Jot Maxi (Hacktivist), and Adam Ramey (Dropout Kings).
THE FINAL CLAUSE OF TACITUS have been dropping a flurry of potent ear bombs since their formation in 2016. Based in Reading, the band spit out their own brand of groove-heavy riffs, and relentless energy that takes in everyone from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Skunk Anansie, through to Korn and Rage Against The Machine.
A constant live schedule and strong work ethic has seen the genre-bending quartet playing a string of live shows with the likes of (Hed) P.E, Electric 6, DJ Lethal, Senser, 808 State, Hacktivist, Skindred and Crazy Town. Multiple EP releases and a host of radio airplay and reviews, including strong praise from Kerrang!, has all helped to fortify the band’s growing stock. The foursome’s recent EP entitled Asinine Music for the Solemn and Staid was self-produced, and the result is a stunning five track EP comprising collaborations with Jahred Gomes from (Hed) P.E and Georgi Valentine from Mother Vulture.
Never ones to stand still, the crossover unit are now braced to release their explosive new single, For Crying Out Loud. Vocalist Matt Dune comments about the collaboration and track: “I came up with the idea for the song after speaking with Jot (Hactivist) last year, and decided to write the song collaborating with Jot, taking both our styles, and incorporating them together. After we had written the song and I had the chorus down, I thought it was missing something and that’s when I thought of Adam (Dropout Kings). His vocals would sound perfect in the chorus, and the song was complete. Bringing in all the frustration of the past couple years, For Crying Out Loud is an ‘in your face’, kick in the balls kind of tune that you can’t help but bop to.”
Show announcements are poised, and further exciting releases, and collaborations are sure to follow. Keep tabs on the band via the below links.