Call in Dead drop new single ‘Patriarchy’ and announce their first full length album

Veteran punk rockers Call in Dead are here to shake the ground with their latest release ‘Patriarchy’, recorded with their new singer, Ripley.

As Call in Dead prepares to release their first full-length album ‘Deepest Condolences’ this fall, meanwhile the hardcore punk band drops a new single titled ‘Patriarchy’, the first track recorded with their new vocalist, Ripley. When you listen to this song, the message is clear: “F**k your gender norms!” Ripley delivers strong lyrics that couldn’t have come at a better time because they are a Florida band and the governor has passed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which could have serious impact on the LGBTQ+ community.

Call in DeadFirst show with Ripley / Photo by Jamie

Listen to ‘Patriarchy’ on Spotify

Call in Dead is a powerful group with a ton of experience. Every band aspires to be one-of-a-kind, and their particular differences, experiences, and interests are what make them unique. They mix the good ol’ punk with new sounds, and if not entirely new, then something out of the ordinary that hardcore punk fans will enjoy. This is a band that you’ll see sharing a stage with all kinds of bands, from pop punk all the way to straight up metal.

Walking out of the pandemic, Call in Dead have played a few shows this year with bands such as Black Tusk, Year of the Fist, and Koffin Kats, and they are going on tour this summer. Check out their website and social networks to find out about upcoming events, so you don’t miss a chance to see them live.

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