Friday, May 19, 2017


'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be', the brand new studio album from Atlanta rock 'n' rollers BITERS, is out now worldwide on CD, vinyl and digital platforms.

Described as "stomping rock n' roll, sprinkled with stardust", BITERS make swaggering, stadium-ready anthems in the spirit of the glam, power pop and hard rock gods of the '70s, from T. REX to CHEAP TRICK to AC/DC.  'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' is packed with some of the catchiest songs of the year - but the magic lies in the attitude behind the hooks.  BITERS' strut and style transports us to a time when bands looked like bands and acted like gangs.

BITERS frontman Tuk recently said of the new album: "I knew I wanted to do something totally different to 'Electric Blood'.  It's very easy to get sidetracked as an artist and especially easy to lose perspective with so many people giving you advice and critique.  For this album, I wanted to go back to the reason I started this band back in 2010 - my love for early '70s glam rock, power pop and those big, anthemic sing-alongs are where my heart feels most home.  I wanted to take risks and really wear my heart on my sleeve this time around."

Get 'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' now on vinyl and limited edition signed CD at

The album is also available now on iTunes at

'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be' was recorded with Dan Dixon (WYLDLIFE, WHORES), mixed by Dan Dixon and Scott Stevens (HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN), and mastered by Stephen Marcussen (JOHNNY CASH, THE ROLLING STONES, TOM PETTY).

Full track listing:

1. Let It Roll
2. Stone Cold Love
3. Callin' You Home
4. Don't Turn This Good Heart Bad
5. Gypsy Rose
6. No Stranger to Heartache
7. Vulture City
8. Hollywood
9. Chasin' the Feeling
10. Goin' Back to Georgia

View the cover art at

BITERS are kicking off a US East Coast tour tonight in support of 'The Future Ain't What It Used to Be'.  Don't miss them at these shows:

May 19 - Chicago, IL - Cobra Lounge
May 20 - Indianapolis, IN - State Street Pub
May 21 - St. Louis, MO - Fubar
May 23 - Hamtramck, MI - Smalls
May 25 - Toledo, OH - Frankie's
May 26 - Rochester, NY - Harmony House
May 27 - Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance
May 28 - Cambridge, MA - Sonia
May 30 - Pittsburgh, PA - Smiling Moose
May 31 - Brooklyn, NY - Saint Vitus
Jun 01 - Baltimore, MD - Metro Gallery
Jun 02 - Harrisburg, PA - Abbey Bar
Jun 03 - Philadelphia, PA - Voltage Lounge

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