Draw into Disorder Releases New EP ‘Weird’

Japanese rock duo Draw into Disorder releases its new EP Weird via Pavement Entertainment. Weird follows Nappy, an EP dropped back in the fall of 2020. Weird features nine tracks of what Draw into Disorder refers to as “heavy grunge,” a style that the band has innovated, which evolved from ‘90s grunge music. Stream Weird on all digital platforms here: https://orcd.co/drawintodisorderweird

On the new EP, Draw into Disorder says, “Weird will be the new bible of grunge rock. The sound is very loud but melancholy. This album will bring you back to the 90’s and show the potential for new grunge music. This is a must-listen not only for grunge fans but also all rock fans.”

Recently, Draw into Disorder released its video for “Collapsing,” the opening track on the EP. This heavy song features a gritty performance from the duo and encourages people to always think for themselves. 

The track listing for Weird is as follows:

1. Collapsing
2. The Farce
3. Whatever You Want
4. Whiner
5. Screw Up When I’m Drunk
6. Don’t Come Any Closer
7. Evil Something Behind the Door
8. Away from You
9. Failure

Draw into Disorder is:
Hideyuki Shimizu – Vocals, Guitar
Hideki Tosha – Drums

For the latest on Draw into Disorder, visit: https://www.facebook.com/Drawintodisorder/

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