Unleashing their debut album ‘Badder Than Brooklyn’ produced by Joe Duplantier of Gojira during October of last year along with a lengthy tour across Canada, Toronto-based metal messiahs Decatur are currently on their fall Buried Out Back Tour across Ontario (dates listed below). Slaying the first date last week in Cornwall, ON, their touring drummer Joey Muha is ready to Tear You a new one in his latest slaying drum video.
Decatur has gone through line up changes since releasing their debut album. For this tour, the band’s live line up features founding member Jay Sarrazin supported by drummer Joey Muha (Jungle Rot, Threat Signal, Lightyears), Anthony Zhura (Caym, Centuries of Decay) and Aidan Keenan (Imperion).
Decatur‘s debut album ‘Badder Than Brooklyn’ was produced by Joe Duplantier of Gojira and is all-killer, no filler! It doesn’t hide behind its production; it compliments it. These are truly songs of power and empowerment, a clarion call for strength in life’s battles…healing through headbanging. From the power shredding of “Into The Night” and the storytelling of the album’s title track “Badder Than Brooklyn” to the brutal beat down of songs like “Bottled Inside” and “Internal War”, Decatur feel modern metal has lost its way and they’re here to provide the roadmap forward to the future! Make no mistake, Decatur are a band that puts the grit into integrity, as guitarist/vocalist Jay ‘Beard’ Sarrazin says, Decatur make “real metal for real metalheads.”
The band’s latest music video Worst Enemy can be viewed at the following link below. The video is a message from the band to conquer the fight against depression and follows the album’s theme of power and empowerment, a clarion call for strength in life’s battles…healing through headbanging.
Vocalist / guitarist Jay Sarrazin comments:
“Worst Enemy was actually the first song I wrote for this album. I was at a pretty dark place in my life at the time. I was struggling with depression and anxiety and was constantly berating myself with negativity. I felt trapped in a box so to speak and I became my own worst enemy. That’s what the song is about and the music video we made emphasizes that emotion of being trapped in that box or in your own head saying all these things to yourself. Throughout the years I have learned to find more coping methods and I am always learning more about myself. Hopefully this song helps other knows they are not alone and to seek help if they need it.”
Buried Out Back Tour
Oct 13 – Guelph, ON – Jimmy Jazz
Oct 19 – Brampton, ON – 52nd Street Bar
Oct 25 – Toronto, ON – Coalition
Oct 26 – St. Catharines, ON – Detour
Oct 27 – Windsor, ON – Dominion House
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