INSANITY ALERT release comic video for “Death by Wrecking Ball”, announce new tourdates

Thrash metal outfit INSANITY ALERT are now releasing a comic / lyric video for the song “Death by Wrecking Ball”. The video is based upon the comic, made by Coozilpm and can be found HERE. The song is taken from the band’s full length ‘666-pack’, which was released on January 25 this year.

INSANITY ALERT comment: “Our new video ‘Death by Wrecking Ball’ is not primarily, as one might think, a karma death fantasy for a virus called Miley Cirus. It’s just the simple story about lots of steel hitting a human body. So be aware of the one and only weapon of mosh destruction – coming after you in the remaining tour dates of 2019!”


The Austrian party crashers have also announced tourdates for the remainder of 2019 and the first shows of 2020. Find the full list of dates below.

Based on the comic by Coolzilpm, created by Aimed and Framed.
28 Sep 19 Gladbeck (DE) Metal In Gladbeck
02 Oct 19 Augsburg (DE) Thrashnobyl X
12 Oct 19 Budweis (CZ) Budweis Hardcore Day
02 Nov 19 Tokyo (JP) Japanese Assault Fest
03 Nov 19 Tokyo (JP) Japanese Assault Fest
21 Nov 19 Bern (CH) ISC Club
22 Nov 19 Dijon (FR) Deep Inside
23 Nov 19 Saint Dizier (FR) Lezard’Os Metal Fest
29 Nov 19 Cordenons (IT) Rock Town
30 Nov 19 Naturns (IT) JuZe Naturns
06 Dec 19 Karlsruhe (DE) Alte Häckerei
07 Dec 19 Köln (DE) Bashfest
16 May 20 Vienna (AT) Vienna Metal Meeting

INSANITY ALERT will be touring in support of their latest release ‘666-pack’. The cover artwork and the tracklisting of ‘666-pack’ can be found below. The cover has been created by Mark Riddick. 

1. Thirstkiller  (01:13)
2. The Body Of The Christ Is The Parasite  (01:44)
3. All Mosh / No Brain (01:33)
4. Cobra Commander  (02:39)
5. Saturday Grind Fever  (01:01)
6. Echoes Of Death  (02:04)
7. Windmilli Vanilli   (01:00)
8. Stop….Slammertime!  (00:08)
9. Why So Beerious?  (01:49)
10. Mosh Mosh Mosh (00:47)
11. One-Eye Is King (In The Land Of The Blind)  (02:37)
12. Welcome To Hell  (01:47)
13. Two Joints  (01:14)
14. Chronic State Of Hate (02:13)
15. I Come / I Fuck Shit Up / I Leave  (01:26)
16. A Skullcrushin’ Good Time  (02:17)
17. The Ballad Of Slayer  (00:06)
18. Demons Get Out!  (02:18)
19. 8 Bit Brutality  (00:07)
20. Death By Wrecking Ball  (01:11)
21. Dark Energon  (03:10)
Total Duration: 32:24

Thrash outfit INSANITY ALERT are the kind of people who know what to bring to a party: a big dose of humour with a dash of darkness, party tunes, and a six pack. It’s these ingredients that make up the basis of the band’s third full length record, ‘666-pack’.

The world of INSANITY ALERT is a dark yet happy place. Fast, aggressive music, crazy lyrics about alcohol, rage, weed, ignorance and hate, all drenched in an 80’s hot sauce but played with a 2019 attitude. The band emerged from the Austrian city of Innsbruck in 2011, with only one intent: deliver crushing, crossover party thrash.

A tongue-in-cheek concept backed up by strong musical prowess worked out extremely well as ‘First Diagnosis’ proved in 2012. This demo was welcomed with open arms and the first impression of the public quickly confirmed by ‘Second Opinion’, which came out the year after. In 2014, debut album, ‘Insanity Alert’ delighted critics and fans alike and was reissued four years later by Season of Mist. The wild Tyrolians, always eager to please, next served a juicy ‘Moshburger’ (2016).

With ‘666-pack’ the band proves once more to be an unstoppable force. Whether it is dropping a to-the-point, crossover track such as “The Body Of The Christ is The Parasite” or INSANITY ALERT-esque interpretations of classics like “Saturday Grind Fever”, the groove will have you headbanging in no time with a smirk on your face. Having confirmed their first festivals for 2019 and riding the wave of the thrash metal revival, INSANITY ALERT can’t wait to return to the stage and share (a) 666-pack with you!

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