Experimental Metal Band Today Is the Day Announces Springtime Cincinnati Concert

Steve Austin and co. will play Northside Yacht Club in March in support of their forthcoming new album, 'No Good to Anyone'

click to enlarge Today is the Day's Steve Austin - Nathaniel Shannon
Nathaniel Shannon
Today is the Day's Steve Austin

Progressive, experimental Metal act Today Is the Day is releasing a new album, No Good To Anyone, in late February and they'll be hitting the road hard in support, kicking off a nearly 40-city cross-country U.S. tour on Feb. 26 in Maine.

On March 3, mastermind Steve Austin and his band will play Cincinnati's Northside Yacht Club with The Obsessed and Flesh Mother. Advance tickets for the all-ages show will soon be available for $18 at cincyticket.com.

No Good To Anyone is the underground heroes' 11th studio LP. Austin crafted the lastest TITD album over several years while dealing with various struggles, from a 2014 bus crash to various health battles, including an intense one with Lyme's disease. Revolver recently premiered the pulverizing No Good To Anyone track "You're All Gonna Die." Austin says in a press release that the song is representative of the kind of perseverance it took to fight through his tough times.

"When you beat a person down and nothing let's up, you need to fight back," he says. "The only person that is going to fight for you, is you. 'You're All Gonna Die' paints a picture of what happens… when you push someone way too far."

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