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Fever 333 Frontman Hints at new Album Teaser

Twitter response suggests at punk supergroup’s intention to release one final new track this year.

Cody Ayres

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Since the early spring release of their debut EP Made in America, punk supergroup Fever 333 — featuring ormer letlive. singer Jason Butler, former The Chariot guitarist Stevis Harrison and Night Verses drummer Aric Improta — have embarked on a meteoric rise through the genre’s ranks.

The Inglewood, California, based trio are touring the UK with British rock veterans Bring Me the Horizon, while simultaneously promoting their upcoming full length album Strength in Numb333rs.

The announcement of the band’s upcoming record was accompanied by the release of their newest single “Burn It.”

A Twitter response from Butler has supporters speculating that they might not have to wait two months for another taste of new music. The vocalist responded to twitter user @EdensideMusic who asked about the release of “Animal” which is set to be number three on the track list of the new album.

Butler’s nonchalant “Jan 18th ðŸ‘ŒðŸ½ðŸ‘ŒðŸ½ðŸ‘ŒðŸ½” could be nothing more than acknowledgment to a fan who took time out of his day to tweet at the band — and an affirmation that the new record drops in January.

With the Fever 333 vocalist getting hundreds of mentions a day however, more optimistic members of the band’s fan base have taken this a hint that they’ll be getting another single to hold them over until the January 18th release of Strength in Numb333rs.

This inquiry came following a string of live performances in which the band has been playing the aforementioned track.

Fast paced, heavy, angsty, and political, Butler delivers  sermon over the snarling guitar of Harrison and Improta’s rampaging drums.

Fever 333 hasn’t been stingy when it comes to providing their fans with new content, starting with the release of Made In America, they’ve released a total 10 tracks this year. With this generous precedent set, it wouldn’t be surprising to see them squeak out one more for the fans before the year ends.

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My name is Cody Ayres and I am a UNCC graduate with a bachelors degree in sociology. While in college I served as the causes coordinator for the campuses concerts and causes club, which put on small shows to raise money for charitable foundations. I am currently living in Charlotte, N.C. where I work as a bartender while also writing for a startup channel called ignore the world. When I'm not working, I enjoy playing soccer as well as watching just about any sport that I can get my eyes on.

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