Them Evils Rock Loud and Hard with a New Single and Video ‘Burner’

Them Evils. Photo by Sierra Rae.

By Anita Stewart, Managing Editor

Single and Video: “Burner” by Them Evils

Release Date: February 25th, 2022

The high energy of this band’s live shows has projected them pretty quickly to the stages of festivals and opening for some big names such as  Of Mice and Men, The Black Moods and He is Legend along with many more. This latest single was produced by the band’s long-time colleague Jim Kaufman (Danny Worsnop, Dee Snider, The Black Moods) who recorded the band at his Santa Monica, California based studio.

Them Evils “Burner”

The band’s Jordan Griffin (vocals and guitar) says, “This song is an absolute“Burner!” From the fast-paced up-tempo drum intro followed by the catchy driving guitar riff, it’s a Rock Anthem that keeps your head moving. “We experimented with vocal harmonies on the verse and a lot of backing vocal layers, which is a texture we haven’t really applied to previous songs.” He adds, “We’re living the lyrics of the song: “Outlaws stay ready, party ‘til they come and get me… I’m burning away.””  The rest of the band is Jake Massanari on bass and David Delaney on drums.

Them Evils Tour

The band has been releasing music since 2016 with 5 singles and their critically acclaimed EP “Rollin’ Stoned and Livin’ Free” that was released in 2018. The band’s tracks have been added to some prestigious Rock playlists including Spotify’s ”RockHard,” Apple Music’s “Breaking Hard Rock,” Amazon Music’s “Breakthrough Rock” and Pandora’s “New Rock Now.” This has taken the band’s exposure to another level and has helped their music accumulate more than 3.5 million streams so far. Them Evils have received positive press from magazines such as: Loudwire, Alternative Press, Kerrang, HEAVY and more. The band is going out on tour with The Cherry Bombs in the southwest part of the country right now until early March with more dates being booked for later in 2022. See tour info HERE.

Rock at Night says: “Hard-driving and relentless rock and roll with amazing musicianship and accompanied with a video that tells a story! What could be better? This is like a short film interspersed with dialogue, just loved it! Already have it on REPEAT!





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