All Good Things New Album “A Hope in Hell” Arrives Following Their First Radio

ALL GOOD THINGS’ NEW ALBUMA HOPE IN HELL ARRIVES FOLLOWING THE BAND’S FIRST RADIO #1 IN THE U.S. WITH “FOR THE GLORY (FEATURING HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD)
 
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“All Good Things are making moves in 2021” — Loudwire

Today, All Good Things celebrate the release of their new album A Hope In Hell, their first full-length LP since signing with Better Noise Music. The highly-anticipated release comes following a celebratory milestone for the band last week, when they achieved their first-ever #1 at U.S. rock radio with breakthrough track “For The Glory (featuring Hollywood Undead).” 

Thanks to the success and global appeal of the track, which serves as the album’s lead official single, the band has reached millions of new fans across the world over the past several months. Thanks to over 300M streams across platforms, including user-generated content, the song has more lifetime streams than any other rock radio #1 hit this year. The song’s wide reach is owed to hundreds of sync licenses; the song was heard during an eclectic mix of major tentpole cultural moments this year including the Stanley Cup Finals, ABC News’ broadcast promo for the recent State of the Union, and most recently during NBC’s broadcast of the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Full album track listing is below. A Hope in Hell is now available to stream and download HERE.

To add to the celebration of the album’s unleashing into the world, the band also dropped the video for second single “The Comeback” today, featuring Better Noise labelmate Craig Mabbitt of multi-platinum band Escape The Fate. The new single received critical praise upon its release last month, with Loudwire calling it “a fist-to-the-air anthem, soaring and uplifting in nature.” The new video, featuring Mabbitt, is an energetic visual experience, embodying the song’s high-octane spirit. Watch HERE.
 
The band said of the album, “We’ve had a crazy journey leading up to this album release, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the fans who inspired us through the process. The band has never been more proud of a body of work, and we really hope you enjoy A Hope In Hell as much as we enjoyed creating it. We’ve all had a rough couple years, and this collection of uplifting epic rock is what the world needs right now. Catch us on tour in a city near you!”
 
All Good Things recently kicked off a slew of tour dates for the remainder of 2021, bringing to life their epic arena rock sound. They’ve joined P.O.D. on their Satellite 20th Anniversary Tour, along with labelmates From Ashes to New and Sleep Signals. Later this fall, they’ll join Starset and The World Alive on the road, and the band was also added to a select list of key festival dates in the coming months. Full list of dates below, and for more information on tickets please visit here.

Both the massive success of “For The Glory” and the quick rise of the band’s profile due to the song’s ever-increasing audience are a testament to the band’s unique artist development story in this modern age of streaming. After initially writing and recording music to place in various games, TV shows, movies, and advertisements, the band found a signature sound, which quickly attracted an organic core fanbase. This caught the attention of Better Noise Music, the reigning number one rock label by both Mediabase and Billboard, as data showed the band’s followers and numbers were growing by the day. 
  
With hundreds of millions of streams across platforms, All Good Things have seen their music more than double in monthly consumption since signing to Better Noise Music. The album opener, “Kingdom,” a high-energy track and their first offering with BNM, was met with praise from fans and critics alike. Additionally, the band will take their cinematic sound to the upcoming horror-thriller film The RetaliatorsBetter Noise Films production. “For The Glory” appears on the film’s soundtrack, and the official music video debuted new footage from the film when it premiered this past March. The film is set to make its world premiere at Arrow Video FrightFest 2021 in London on August 30th. For more information on the festival and tickets to the screening, visit here

A HOPE IN HELL TRACK LISTING:
“Kingdom”
“Hold On”
“For The Glory” (feat. Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene of Hollywood Undead) 
“Sirens”
“Do It Now” (feat. Hyro the Hero)
“Push Me Down”
“Machines”
“Undefeated”
“Lights Out”
“The Comeback” (feat. Craig Mabbitt of Escape The Fate)
“Four Letter Words”
“End of The World”
“A Hope In Hell”

ALL GOOD THINGS TOUR DATES:
 8/20 — Des Moines, IA — Wooly’s
8/21 — Glen Flora, WI – Northwoods Rock Rally
8/22 — Minneapolis, MN — First Ave
8/25 — Louisville, KY – KY State Fair
8/26 — Fort Wayne, IN — Piere’s
8/27 — Belvidere, IL — The Apollo Theater
8/28 — Joliet, IL — The Forge
8/29 — Detroit, MI — St. Andrew’s Hall
8/31 — Pittsburgh, PA — Roxian Theater
9/4   — Pryor, OK  — Rocklahoma 
9/9 —   Danville, VA – Blue Ridge Rock Festival
9/10 — New Haven, CT — Toad’s Place
9/11 — Laconia, NH — Granite State Music Hall
9/12 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium
9/14 — New York, NY — The Gramercy Theatre
9/15 — Huntington, NY — The Paramount
9/16 — Baltimore, MD — Ram’s Head Live
9/18 — Atlanta, GA — Center Stage
9/19 — Mobile, AL — Soul Kitchen
9/21 — Birmingham, AL — Zydeco
9/22 — Savannah, GA — Victory North
9/24 — Huntsville, AL  — Shagnasty’s
9/25 — Columbia, SC — The Senate
9/28 — Cleveland, OH — House of Blues
9/29 — St. Louis, MO — Pop’s
10/2 — San Antonio, TX — The Rock Box
10/3 — Lubbock, TX — Jake’s Backroom
10/5 — Phoenix, AZ  — The Pressroom
10/6 — Santa Ana, CA — The Observatory
10/7 — San Diego, CA — House of Blues 
10/10 — Sacramento, CA  — Aftershock
11/3 — Ashville, NC — The Orange Peel
11/4 — Knoxville, TN — The Mill & Mine
11/5 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theater
11/7 — Ft. Smith, AR — Temple Live
11/8 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
11/9 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
11/10 — San Antonio, TX — Aztec Theater
11/13 — Daytona Beach, FL — Welcome to Rockville
11/14 — Myrtle Beach, SC — House of Blues
11/15 — Harrisburg, PA — HMac
11/17 — Philadelphia, PA — Theater of the Living Arts
11/19 — Stroudsburg, PA — Sherman Theater
11/21 — Portland, ME — Aura
11/23 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium
11/24 — New Haven, CT — Toad’s
11/26 — Columbus, OH — Express Live
11/27 — Newport, KY — Ovation
11/28 — Grand Rapids, MI — Intersection
11/30 — Bloomington, IL — The Castle Theater
12/1 — McKees Rocks, PA — Roxian
12/3 — Buffalo, NY — Rapids Theater
12/4 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza
12/5 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore
12/7 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore
12/8 — Nashville, TN — Brooklyn Bowl
12/10 — St. Louis, MO — Delmar Hall
12/11 — Madison, WI — The Sylvee
12/12 — Minneapolis, MN — The Fillmore
12/14 — Des Moines, IA — Wooly’s
12/15 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
12/17 — Detroit, MI — The Majestic Theater
12/18 — Cleveland, OH — House of Blues
2/16-2/21 — Miami, FL — Veragos Cruis

ABOUT ALL GOOD THINGS:
All Good Things creates cinematic epic rock that celebrates the underdog, lifts the fallen, and all out gloats in victory. Pairing post-apocalyptic pump-up rock with powerful lyrics, AGT craft a massive, bombastic sensory assault of anthemic heavy rock, summoning vistas associated with gaming or blockbuster movies. In a masterful feat of reverse-engineering, the LA-based collective has become a potent musical force in the opposite fashion from how most groups get their start. “We were just having fun writing monster rock songs that got us hyped,  hoping they might get used in games and movies,” says Dan Murphy (vocals, guitar). AGT have since been featured in thousands of TV shows, games, films and ads worldwide. When music started being released online, increasing numbers of dedicated fans fell in love with the fist-pounding, high-energy rock anthems and demand grew. “That’s when we said, ‘Wow, people are really into this,'” says Andrew Bojanic (guitar, vocals). “The music is inspirational and motivational,” adds Liz Hooper (bass, keyboards, vocals). “Our fans kind of honed that whole aesthetic, theme and imagery just with their feedback.” AGT’s relationship with their fans is fully apparent on their forthcoming album, an epic collection tied around a common theme of surviving the apocalypse. It was inspired by the many games and films that AGT have placed their music, paying homage to the escapism those worlds provide listeners, one that’s more important today than ever.

ABOUT BETTER NOISE MUSIC:
BETTER NOISE MUSIC is the premiere independent music label under BETTER NOISE ENTERTAINMENT, a content creation and marketing company that produces music, books, films, documentaries, TV shows, theatrical productions, and tours. Better Noise Music (formerly Eleven Seven Music), founded in 2006 by music industry veteran and independent pioneer Allen Kovac, focuses on artist development and has grown into a music industry independent powerhouse, with a roster including Mötley Crüe, Five Finger Death Punch, Escape The Fate, AWOLNATION, Atlas Genius, Papa Roach, Bad Wolves, Nothing More, and The Hu. Partnering with FUGA, AMPED and Membran, the company operates a global marketing and distribution platform with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, London, Berlin, Toronto, and Sydney.  For information, visit: http://betternoise.com/ 

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