“No Good to Anyone,” the title track to the brand-new album from extreme music visionary Steve Austin’s Today is the Day, is the sound of a man pulling himself straight through hell and battling his way out. Building from slow, doomy dirges into a tangled mess of jagged guitars, discordant notes, off-kilter drumming and half-snarled-half-shrieked vocals, the song is proof positive that Today is the Day have a point to prove and a story to tell on their new album.
Today is the Day are remaining tight-lipped about any other details regarding No Good to Anyone. The album does not currently have a release date set, but more information will follow in 2020.
“I fuckin’ love my new album, No Good To Anyone,” Austin tells Decibel. “I wanted to make the heaviest and most rocking, psychedelic songs possible. To take you on a trip. Anything goes at any second. No Good to Anyone is an experience. No Good to Anyone is beginning of the end of your life.”