The Charge Drop New Single ‘Acid in my Veins’ + Live shows

The ChargeMelbourne-based hard rock/grunge/sludge/alternative metal outfit The Charge are returning (after a 12 month hiatus of playing live!) in July with a hard-out rock single, ‘Acid in My Veins” – for release on July 17th. The single comes as they are about to take the stage in Melbourne at Whole Lotta Love that same day.

The belting, rollicking single is all about the concept of Rebirth and will be a part of their forthcoming album, “The Order of the Owl.” The entire album and it’s narrative about The Order of the Owl are rooted within the idea of rebirth, the end and the great divide between the “haves” and the “have nots.” It is about a growing group of rebels living underground after “the end” has all gone down – a group whose spirit is not defeated.

The Charge will be taking the stage with Lillye and Black Mars at Whole Lotta Love on July 17 – a taste of what is to come in the approaching months. The track is a solid prelude to the album, which is yet to have a release date set. A filmclip for the single will drop the same week.

The single will be available on iTunes and from thecharge.com.au from July 17and tickets are on sale now for their Melbourne Whole Lotta Love show on the same day.

THE CHARGE – LIVE

JULY/AUGUST

Friday July 3 – St Kilda, VIC
The Elephant & Wheelbarrow
with Black Aces, Lazarus Mode and “Special Guest from the USA”
FREE ENTRY
Friday July 17 – Melbourne, VIC
Whole Lotta Love
with Lillye & Black Mars
$10 ENTRY

Friday August 21 – Melbourne, VIC
The Evelyn Hotel
with Engine Three Seven, High Side Driver, Entropy and Hammers
$20 ENTRY – Tickets at evelynhotel.oztix.com.au

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