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The Greenery Streaming New Song "Reapers Keepers"

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Long Beach thrash-punks The Greenery are gearing up for the impending release of a new album called "It’s Looking Grim," and have now debuted the first new song from the record, “Reapers Keeper." Check out the song below.

“After enduring countless miles driven in three vans, dealing with busted trailers and blown transmissions, and surviving off of cup o' noodles to cure our severe hangovers, we've officially finished our sophomore album at Buzzbomb Sound Lab with our scotch-loving producer Paul Miner,” states vocalist Matt Lanners. “It's been quite the journey coming back from being so implausibly broke (due to the road being a cruel mistress), however there's never been a moment of giving in to the hard times. We are indebted to our loyal fans/friends for the self-released and funded album that we are about to release; it is our thanks to you being there with us in every sweaty and grimy venue…head-banging.”

Although The Greenery released debut album "Spit & Argue" with Prosthetic Records, the band will be taking a completely different approach for the follow-up, "It’s Looking Grim," by self-releasing it and by-passing labels all together; delivering the music straight to the fans.

“Why no label?,” Lanners asks rhetorically. “Well, honestly, we left our previous label on amazing terms and are still great friends with them, however we felt this project was our baby and we wanted to do this record on our terms. So, we got jobs and funded our own album, like grown ass men-children. Be prepared for the most angry, vulgar and pissed-off release The Greenery has delivered to date, cause we couldn't be happier with the outcome. We’re proud to have endured our personal and collective up’s and down’s to deliver the most honest album we could.”

"We wanted to make a record that is very straight forward and to the point,” says Lanners. “No hidden meanings, no bullshit. I wanted to write about death as a character, and not as just an occurrence in life. This record really pushes Death in that sense of existence."

Catch the band live:

4.26.13 @ Gallery U – Bethlehem PA
4.27.13 @ Peabodys – Cleveland OH
4.28.13 @ Kobo Live Music – Columbus OH
4.29.13 @ Q’s Dungeon – Cincinnati OH
4.30.13 @ Game Emporium – Laporte IN
5.01.13 @ Fubar – St. Louis MO
5.02.13 @ Rudy’s – Broken Arrow OK
5.03.13 @ Haleys Club – Denton TX
5.04.13 @ Walters – Houston TX
5.05.13 @ Red 7 – Austin TX
5.06.13 @ The Pine Box – Midland TX
5.08.13 @ Gasworks – Albuquerque NM
5.09.13 @ The Underground – Mesa AZ
5.10.13 @ The Vault – Temecula CA
5.11.13 @ The Anchor – Fullerton CA

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