The Haxans release new single/video ‘All the Roses’

Los Angeles goth-pop power duo The Haxans–New Years Day vocalist Ash Costello and Rob Zombie bassist Matt “Piggy D.” Montgomery–have released the new single and video “All The Roses.” Watch the video below, and stream and purchase the track here.

“‘All The Roses’ is one of those songs that invokes a feeling within upon hearing its very first note,” Costello said. “It immediately made me feel scorned, vengeful, devious and almost evil in just a few heavy strums of the opening riff.”

“We did most of our recording in Pasadena California, ‘The Rose City’ for several years. I became obsessed with roses and taking pictures of them everyday on my walks around the neighborhood,” Montgomery said. “I found them, their symbolism, and their parallel to the fragility to human relationships endlessly fascinating. So, learn to enjoy the pure beauty while it’s in front of you because nothing lasts forever. The song was one of those that wrote itself in 15 minutes. I barely remember trying to play or write anything in the song, it just happened. It came through me from somewhere else. Unlike a lot of our songs, we didn’t change one note or word. I think Ash only sang it once. So, it’s all exactly as it landed on earth. Unspoiled by fertilizer.”

Costello said of the video: “Our goal was to create a visual that embodied those natural feelings in the song. It’s very fun to play with the mythology of the band and explore where we might have been in a past life and all of the trouble we caused!” 

“The video explores the idea that the band and our spirits existed in different moments in time. Which I find really fun in a ‘Twilight Zone’ kind of way,” Montgomery said.

The Haxans will appear at the Nosferatu Festival in Austin Texas on March 5, 2022, followed by a U.S. tour this spring opening for John 5. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

The Haxans tour dates: 
with John 5 

March 5 – Austin, TX – Nosferatu Festival*
April 21 – Roseville, CA – Goldfield Trading Post
April 22 – Garden Grove, CA – Garden Grove Amphitheater
April 23 – Las Vegas, NV – Vamp’d
April 24 – San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
April 26 – Albuquerque, NM. – Sunshine Theater
April 29 – San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger^
April 30 – Dallas, TX – Amplified Live^
May 1 – Katy, TX – The Wildcatter Saloon^
May 4.- Belvidere, IL – Apollo Theater
May 5 – Joliet, IL – The Forge
May 6 – Flint, MI – Machine Shop
May 7 – Pittsburgh, PA – Jergel’s 
May 8 – Sellersville, PA – Sellersville Theater
May 11 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
May 12 – New Bedford, MA – The Vault
May 13 – Derry, NH – Tupelo Music Hall
May 14 – Hartford, CT – Webster Underground
May 15 – Annapolis, MD – Ram’s Head Onstage

*festival date
^headline show

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