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Swedish glam/sleaze rockers Crashdïet share raging new single, ‘Together Whatever'

The long-running band will unleash their sixth studio album, ‘Automaton,’ April 29

Modern glam/sleaze rockers Crashdïet have dropped a new single and video for the song “Together Whatever,” the first music to be revealed from the band’s forthcoming album, Automaton.

The Swedish band calls the new track a “true party anthem exploding with raging guitars and scorching vocals,” and continues that it’s “a tribute to the decadent good old days and the band’s early roots.”

The video, meanwhile, celebrates the band’s nearly 20-year career and features images of all their previous vocalists, including original front man Dave Lepard, who tragically committed suicide in 2006 – just a year after the band’s debut album, Rest in Sleaze.

Due out April 29, Automaton is Crashdïet’s sixth studio album overall and first since 2019’s Rust.

You can pre-order Automaton here, and check out “Together Whatever” above.