Listen To New THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX Song 'Hippie Speedball'

Listen To New THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX Song 'Hippie Speedball'

"Hippie Speedball", a brand new song from THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX, can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below. The track is taken from the band's seventh full-length LP, "Force Field", which will be released on December 8 via Tee Pee Records.

Featuring the powerhouse rhythm section from legendary space lords MONSTER MAGNET, THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX plays balls-to-the-wall rock 'n' roll that smashes space rock and proto-metal into a towering celebration of the riff.

Recorded at the Freakshop in Keyport, New Jersey, mixed at The Panic Room in Ocean, New Jersey and mastered by Alan Douches (CHELSEA WOLFE, TOMBS, THE OBSESSED), "Force Field" sees THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX's high energy, scale-based guitar mangling hitting astronomical levels, with full stack amps pushing out dangerous levels of blown-out metallic mayhem. An awe-inducing tumult of head-down forward drive and top tier hard rock, "Force Field" mashes sci-fi and hi-fi, rocketing THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX into the outer reaches of the modern-day heavy music universe.

"Force Field" track listing:

01. Hippie Speedball
02. Earth Shaker (Which Doobie U Be)
03. Alaskan Thunder F*ck
04. Shocker
05. Crazy
06. Fried Dyed And Layin To The Side
07. Shell of a Man
08. Houndstooth
09. Tits and Bones
10. Humble Brag
11. Super Highway
12. Liv A Little

Since its formation in 1993, THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX has inspired hundreds of developing rock and metal bands, but no group of musicians has come close to matching its unique style of fun, frenetic and formidable rock and roll. Featuring bassist/vocalist Chris Kosnik and drummer Bob Pantella (both also of MONSTER MAGNET) alongside shred-tastic gunslinger Finn Ryan, the band has perfected its unique style of hard rock that High Times appropriately dubbed "thunder-boogie" and Noisey hailed as "designed to be blasted out of a drop top Camaro."

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