Arizona punks The Venomous Pinks have released a new video for the Vita Mors album track “Cross My Heart and Hope To Die” which finds the trio performing in a rink while the Arizona Derby Dames do their thing. The video was directed by Alexander Thomas. The Venomous Pinks’ debut full-length album Vita Mors focuses on “a deep narrative” while remaining “thunderous”, which is what the trio is known for.
Recorded at Maple Sound Studios, Engineered / Produced by Cameron Webb, and co-produced by Linh Le (Bad Cop/ Bad Cop), the album has guest gang vocal appearances includeing Linh Le, Efrem Schulz (Death by Stereo), and Brenna Red (Last Gang). Dan Palmer (Zebrahead and Death by Stereo) also plays guitar on “Mercy”, “I Really Don’t Care”, and “Hold On.”
Subjects range from “persevering through heart-wrenching losses, to fighting sexism, to belting social change war cries”.
Alright. You’ve got one life. One chance. Always do your best. Stand for what you believe in. You’re much stronger than you think. When you really want it, you are unstoppable. Hold on to what your heart speaks.
They are currently touring with The Queers:
10/6 | Scottsdale, AZ | Pub Rock Live
10/7 | San Diego, CA | Brick by Brick
10/8 | Las Vegas, NV | Divebar
10/9 | LA, CA | The Echo
10/11 | Santa Ana, CA | Observatory (Constellation Room)
10/12 | Palmdale, CA | Transplants Brewing Co
10/13 | Fresno, CA | Full Circle Brew
10/14 | San Francisco, CA | Bottom of the Hill
10/15 | Sacramento, CA | Goldfield Trading Post