TAX THE HEAT recently announced the release of their new album »Change Your Position«, which will be in stores on March 9th, 2018. »Change Your Position« is the follow up to the 2016 critically-acclaimed debut album »Fed To The Lions« and sees the band taking a huge step forward as both songwriters and performers. The new album stamps its authority right from the off with stomper 'Money In The Bank'. From the staccato attack of 'Playing With Fire' to the huge riffs of 'Cut Your Chains', from the garage rock of 'On The Run' to the slow groove and instant lyrical hit of 'All That Medicine', »Change Your Position« is a lean, focused album loaded with an energy that is set to propel the band to headline status. Today the band are debuting the second single from the album, with a lyric video to accompany the release. Watch and listen to 'All That Medicine', here:
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Vocalist and guitarist Alex Veale explains how the track came about: "We had started coming up with initial ideas for songs for what would become our second album »Change Your Position« and it was the moment we had a jam through the riff of 'All That Medicine' everything became clear. For me it is the root of the album from which everything else grew. It was inspired in part by 'Fame' by DAVID BOWIE, the idea of cycling around a riff and a groove totally appealed to me. I think it's the one we are most looking forward to playing on the road and making sure that riff really hits hard." Pre-order the album, here: Pre-order digitally to receive 'All That Medicine' instantly or stream the track, here: Listen in the NB Novelties Playlist: "If an album is about capturing a band or artist at a certain point, »Change Your Position« might have happened at the perfect time. As a band we toured, found our sound, found our place and took inspiration from a world in utter chaos. With »Change Your Position« we pushed ourselves creatively as hard as we could and it took us further into ourselves than we expected - we hope it's apparent to the listener." - Alex Veale