Like fellow late ’90s-early 2000s nu-metal band System of a Down, Minneapolis band American Head Charge found themselves signed to American Recordings. In fact, Rick Rubin signed them based on a recommendation from System bassist Shavo Odadjian. In support of their American debut The War of Art, the band played Ozzfest and the Pledge of Allegiance tour. Drug addiction, an overdose and a label change later, the band broke up in 2007, but reformed with a 2013 EP, Shoot. A successful Indiegogo campaign later, the band signed with Napalm, and will return with their fourth album, Tango Umbrella, on March 25th. Here’s what the band has to say about it:
“We touched upon different directions. Our influences come from the early 90s, Ministry, Tool, PJ Harvey and so forth. We cover a lot on Tango Umbrella. If people dig it – Cool. If not: Go F Yourself!“
Today we’re bringing you the debut single from Tango Umbrella, “Let All the World Believe.” Check it out below.
Tango Umbrella will be out on Napalm Records on March 25th. You can pre-order the album physically here and digitally here.
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