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Fever 333 Announce Debut Album 'Strength In Numb333rs' With Burn It Video

Friday, 09 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Fever 333 are set to release their anticipated Roadrunner/333 Wreckords Crew debut album, 'Strength In Numb333rs', on January 18.

The Los Angeles-based activists, comprising ex-Letlive. vocalist Jason Aalon Butler, former Night Verses drummer Aric Improta and ex-Chariot guitarist Stephen Harrison, have announced the news alongside sharing a video for the record's incendiary lead single, Burn It, which was directed by frontman Butler and Djay Brauner. Talking about the record, Butler said:

"333. The 3 Cs. The foundation upon which this project stands. A representation of Community, Charity and Change. Our efforts as allies to the movement have been informed by this idea. There is a purpose in these numbers. So today we're extremely proud to announce another series of broadcasts in the shape of our very first full length album. We, the people, posses a power like none other when united. A sense of strength that cannot be matched when working together. Take back your power and know there is Strength In Numb333rs."

With regard to the single, which you can check out below along with the album's cover art, he continues:

"In order to remedy the ignorance that burdens the people, we must first acknowledge it. Acknowledge that the fear that divides us is put in place as a deliberate effort to separate the people. An unattractive truth, but truth nonetheless. We mustn't be afraid anymore. We must not be afraid of each other. Once we remove this ridiculous idea of an inherent enemy, we can fight together toward the bigger picture. This song is about that bigger picture and a belief that sometimes you must completely eradicate tired, racist, sexist and systemically ignorant traditions in the name of progress. Sometimes you have to burn it down to build it up again..."

The trio are currently on the road in Europe supporting Bring Me The Horizon on their First Love tour. The package lands in the UK on November 23 at Birmingham Arena. The band return to the US in January for the tour's North American leg.

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