METZ have shared a new live album, Live At The Opera House. Alongside the release, they’ve previewed the forthcoming accompanying concert film with a video for “Pulse.”
Unfortunately, METZ weren’t able to tour their raucous album Atlas Vending last year due to COVID-19. But, they were able to deliver a livestream performance from Toronto’s the Opera House. Now, that performance is available as a live album, and will also receive a concert film.
The new record was produced by METZ’s longtime collaborator, Holy Fuck’s Graham Walsh. Live At The Opera House is now available on streaming services. It will be getting a vinyl release on November 5th via Royal Mountain Records and Sub Pop. The live album boasts the entire Atlas Vending tracklist alongside two songs from their self-titled debut album.
Stream Live At The Opera House below.
The forthcoming live concert film was directed by videographer Scott Cudmore. Today’s preview is a perfectly intense accompaniment to the noisy “Pulse.” Preview the album with the Live at the Opera House video for “Pulse” below.
Upon the release of Atlas Vending, frontman Alex Edkins explained:
“Change is inevitable if you’re lucky. Our goal is to remain in flux, to grow in a natural and gradual way. We’ve always been wary to not overthink or intellectualize the music we love but also not satisfied until we’ve accomplished something that pushes us forward.”