Gideon Triumphantly Return with ‘Too Much is Never Enough’ & Announce New Record

Gideon 2022

Alabama metalcore/hardcore band Gideon are f*cking back in a big way. After three long years since their Out of Control record, fans have patiently been waiting for some new material. The album came shortly after their Aussie tour with The Devil Wears Prada and Thornhill, supporting Polaris. Gideon and TDWP even did a cheeky co-headliner sideshow at Melbourne’s Plastic.

Anyway, we digress. Today is an exciting day for new music as hard-hitters Gideon have dropped brand new track ‘Too Much is Never Enough‘. The track is punchy but filled with visceral aggression. The four-piece showcase levelled up production and deliver that superb metalcore x hardcore fusion like peers Kublai Khan TX. Your mind might stay still but your body will be two-stepping early into this one.

Update: Gideon have announced new record MORE POWER. MORE PAIN. out 17 March via Equal Vision.

On the new single, guitarist/vocalist Tyler Riley briefly comments:

“We’re done holding our tongues.”

On the new record, bassist Caleb DeRusha goes on to say:

“This record is every side of Gideon forged into one. The title says it all — MORE POWER. MORE PAIN.”

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Too Much is Never Enoughhere

Pre-order MORE POWER. MORE PAIN. here

Gideon Too Much is Never Enough review

Gideon –MORE POWER. MORE PAIN. tracklisting

1. Hell for a Man
2. Locked Out of Heaven
3. Push It Back
4. Too Much Is Never Enough
5. MORE POWER. MORE PAIN.
6. Take Off
7. Damned If I Do (Damned If I Don’t)
8. If You Love Me, Let Me Go
9. Off the Rails
10. The Final Nail
11. Midnight Blue
12. I Will Carry You
13. Back 2 Basics
14. Let ‘Er Fly

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About Ricky Aarons (740 Articles)
Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.