IWRESTLEDABEARONCE: Video Footage From 'Monster Energy Outbreak Tour'

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, the Shreveport, Louisiana quintet now transplanted to Los Angeles, California, has posted the first in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the "Monster Energy Outbreak Tour", also featuring OF MICE AND MEN, I SEE STARS, THAT'S OUTRAGEOUS!, ABANDON ALL SHIPS and FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS. Check out the five-minute clip below.

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE's new album, "Ruining It For Everybody", sold around 5,300 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 80 on The Billboard 200 chart.

The fearless fivesome Krysta Cameron (vocals), Steven Bradley (guitar, keyboard, programming, samples), John Ganey (guitar, keyboard, programming, samples), Mike "Rickshaw" Martin (bass) and Mikey Montgomery (drums) still bludgeons with the best of them. In fact, their psychotic polyrhythmic groove fuels "Ruining It For Everybody". Simultaneously, IWRESTLEDABEARONCE completely embraces its inner RADIOHEAD, elegantly exorcising eerie emotion via Cameron.

IWRESTLEDABEARONCE don't shroud anything in mystery, and they're doing exactly what they want. For Bradley, the album title serves as the ultimate middle finger to expectations, conventions, and the norm. "We do whatever the fuck we want, and that normally ends up pissing people off," he declares. "We like to take elements from every style and genre and ruin them for everybody."

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