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Guitar Playthrough Clip For "Faces Of Meth" Issued By Narcotic Wasteland

Extreme metal four-piece Narcotic Wasteland - the full-time project of former Nile frontman Dallas Toler-Wade - will release a brand new full-length album, entitled "Delirium Tremens," on October 13, 2017 via Megaforce Records/MRI. The album is now available for pre-orders via Amazon, with more options coming soon.

A few weeks ago, Narcotic Wasteland surprised fans with a brand new track, "Faces of Meth," to great acclaim. Today, you can watch a guitar playthrough of the track, courtesy of Dallas Toler-Wade, via Guitar World at this location, or simply clicking in the player at the bottom.

Dallas says, "When writing this song, I was tapping into some of the musical ideas I had in the early 90s. I have always loved the toxic tri-tone sound. So, years ago I figured out a way to play them using my index and middle, then kind of hammering on the next strings over with my middle and pinky. This is all over the two albums in one form or another, and it is something I have quite enjoyed experimenting with over the years."

"Delirium Tremens" shines a spotlight on negative human behavior, inspired by - but not entirely based on - our country's addiction epidemic. Narcotic Wasteland named the new album after the title track, which is about delirium tremens, the medical term for symptoms an alcoholic suffers after about three days without a drink. Over the years, many of Toler-Wade's friends and family have fallen into the abyss of addiction, and some have never returned. of remaining silent about the scourge that has surrounded him, the band addresses it throughout "Delirium Tremens."

"Delirium Tremens" is a dramatic musical evolution from the band's first release. Not only is the production better, the chemistry between Ed Rhone and Toler-Wade is impeccable, each feeling out and feeding off of the other's playing. And bassist Chris Dupre and drummer Phil Cancilla form a whirlwind rhythm section that's tighter than a locked door. Coupled with trenchant grooves and impacting vocals, "Delirium Tremens" is more than an homage to the band's favorite musicians, it's a new style wrought from some of the best pages of the past.

The track listing is as follows:

1. Introspective Nightmares
2. Faces of Meth
3. Return to the Underground
4. We Agnostics
5. In Memoriam (intro)
6. Bleed and Swell
7. Delirium Tremens
8. Self Immolation
9. Life Revolted
10. You Will Die Alone
11. Husk
12. Pharma Culture

Check out the clip here:

Check out Narcotic Wasteland on tour:

10/21 - Greenville, SC @ The Radio Room
10/24 - Houston, TX @ Walter's Downtown
10/25 - Fort Worth, TX @ The Rail Club
10/26 - OKC, OK @ Thunder Alley
10/27 - Wichita, KS @ The Elbow Room
10/28 - Gallup, NM @ Juggernaut Music
10/29 - Las Vegas, NV @ The Dive Bar
10/30 - San Diego, CA @ Brick by Brick
10/31 - Anaheim, CA @ Doll Hut
11/01 - Sacramento, CA @ Blue Lamp
11/03 - Bend, OR @ The Third Street Pub
11/04 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
11/05 - Vancouver, BC @ Astoria
11/07 - Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room (BRIXX)
11/08 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Pub
11/09 - Winnipeg, MB @ The Pyramid Cabaret
11/14 - Kansas City, Mo @ The Riot Rook
11/15 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Pourhouse
11/16 - Appleton, WI @ Gibson Hall
11/17 - Des Moines, ID @ Lefty's Live Music
11/18 - Omaha, NE @ Dr. Jack's Drinkery
11/22 - Akron, OH @ The Empire
11/23 - Toronto, On @ Rockpile
11/24 - Joliet, IL @ The Forge
11/26 - Westland, MI @ The Token
11/27 - Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
11/28 - Montreal, QC @ Piranha Bar
11/29 - Quebec City, QC @ l'anti bar & spectacles
11/30 - Manchester, NH @ The Jewel
12/01 - Amityville, NY @ Revolution Room
12/02 - Queens, NY @ Blackthorn 51
12/03 - Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
12/04 - Wallingford, Ct @ Cherry St. Station
12/06 - Chesapeake, VA @ Riffhouse
12/08 - Charleston, SC @ The Sparrow
12/09 - Orlando, FL @ Bombshells Tavern

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