Recalling the early spirit and danger of rabble-rousing rock heroes, Biters have faithfully built upon their punk heritage and their love of 70's rock to deliver music that ignites, incites and excites in equal measure. Possessing a heart full of rock 'n' roll, the band play foot stomping, fist pumping, spit-on-the-floor anthems possessed of a fighting spirit that refuses to give in. ‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’ is a instant Rock N Roll classic that makes the genre exciting and relevant again. "Corporate pop culture and fair-weather fads are just something I'm not interested in. I still choose to play rock ‘n' roll, because I still believe in Rock n' Roll." - Tuk Smith, Biters
Recalling the early spirit and danger of rabble-rousing rock heroes, Biters have faithfully built upon their punk heritage and their love of 70's rock to deliver music that ignites, incites and excites in equal measure. Possessing a heart full of rock 'n' roll, the band play foot stomping, fist pumping, spit-on-the-floor anthems possessed of a fighting spirit that refuses to give in. ‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’ is a instant Rock N Roll classic that makes the genre exciting and relevant again. "Corporate pop culture and fair-weather fads are just something I'm not interested in. I still choose to play rock ‘n' roll, because I still believe in Rock n' Roll." - Tuk Smith, Biters
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The Future Ain't What It Used To Be [Signed LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EARACHE RECORDS
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 05/19/2017
UPC: 817195020443

The Future Ain't What It Used To Be [Signed LP]
Artist: Biters
Format: Vinyl
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Recalling the early spirit and danger of rabble-rousing rock heroes, Biters have faithfully built upon their punk heritage and their love of 70's rock to deliver music that ignites, incites and excites in equal measure. Possessing a heart full of rock 'n' roll, the band play foot stomping, fist pumping, spit-on-the-floor anthems possessed of a fighting spirit that refuses to give in. ‘The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be’ is a instant Rock N Roll classic that makes the genre exciting and relevant again. "Corporate pop culture and fair-weather fads are just something I'm not interested in. I still choose to play rock ‘n' roll, because I still believe in Rock n' Roll." - Tuk Smith, Biters