Bad Omens releases ‘Just Pretend’ video, ‘Concrete Jungle’ comic book on the way

Bad Omens has released the music video for its hit song "Just Pretend" (via Sumerian Records). The video was directed by Erik Rojas (Chase Atlantic, Jessie J, Waterparks) and based on a story written by vocalist Noah Sebastian. The track itself has taken a life of its own, peaking at number 1 on Active Rock radio while currently in the top... Continue Reading →

Bad Omens adds new U.S. headline shows and festival dates

Having wrapped up its sold-out North American headline tour and currently on the road on its similarly sold-out E.U./U.K. headliner, Bad Omens has announced a slew of 2023 shows and festival dates across the United States. Fans can catch the band hitting the stage beginning in May with support from Erra and Invent Animate. Dates can be... Continue Reading →

Bad Omens announces North American headline tour, releases ‘Concrete Jungle’ video

Bad Omens has announced North American headlining tour, "A Tour of the Concrete Jungle," featuring Dayseeker, Make Them Suffer and Thousand Below. The band also has released a music video for the upcoming tour's titular track, "Concrete Jungle," taken from its latest album, "The Death of Peace of Mind," out now via Sumerian Records. Artist and Spotify pre-sales for... Continue Reading →

Bad Omens drops new visual for ‘The Grey’

Bad Omens has dropped a visual stream for "The Grey," from its upcoming album "The Death of Peace of Mind" (Feb. 25, 2022, Sumerian Records; pre-order here). Prior to this song release, the band has shared music videos for the album title track "THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND," "ARTIFICIAL SUICIDE" and, most recently "Like a Villain," which combined... Continue Reading →

Bad Omens to release third album ‘The Death of Peace of Mind’ on Feb. 25

Bad Omens will release its third album, "The Death of Peace of Mind," on Feb. 25, 2022, via Sumerian Records. The band also has dropped a music video for the album's title track. Watch the video below, and pre-order the album here. Catch Bad Omens live in support of Ice Nine Kills on its "Hip to Be... Continue Reading →

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