NewsNovember 29, 2023 3:24 PM ET25,422 views

Excited To Die release chaotic 30 second single "XXX"

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Canadian hardcore band Excited To Die, hailing from Nova Scotia and comprised of members from Mutated Void, Booji Boys, and The Hold, have unveiled a video for their latest track, "XXX", recorded and mixed by Mike Nunes.

This song is part of their upcoming album, This Is A Life?, set to be released soon through No Norms Records. The group previously released 2 singles, "Excited To Die" and "Blackout", earlier this year, which you can listen to below.

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anonymous 140 days ago

This is chaotic?

anonymous 140 days ago

Is anyone exited to dine on fresh fish?

anonymous 140 days ago

35-year-old hardcore dudes who work at Jimmy John's are stoked

rick____tocchet 140 days ago

Cool band name though.

anonymous 140 days ago

sd

anonymous 140 days ago

Not chaotic at all. Genuinely bad. Yuppies trying to sound garage.

rick____tocchet 140 days ago

Yeah. Band is not good. Nova Scotia should be under water anyways.

anonymous 140 days ago

Nothing chaotic, hard, or good about that track at all. Sounded like the first warm up jam from a group playing together for the first time, and none of them are overly experienced with their chosen instruments. Shit.

anonymous 140 days ago

I got blocked from posting my comment because I used the phrase "group of guys" - what the f*ck?

anonymous 140 days ago

Or "guys playing together"

easyhateoven 140 days ago

30 seconds too long. i was excited to turn this shit off

anonymous 140 days ago

GGGGGGGGGGAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

anonymous 140 days ago

This felt like six minutes and was played by old guys in a nice garage trying to sound like kids

anonymous 139 days ago

Came for the XXX and am extremely disappointed. No anal fisting, no watersports, no fake incest scat swapping, no nothing ☹️




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