Dope are back with their first new songs in six years, “Believe” and “No Respect.” Along with the songs, they announced their upcoming seventh studio album, Blood Money Part Zer0, which is slated for release in 2023.
Blood Money Part Zer0 will be the band’s first album since 2016 blood money part 1, and will be available February 23, 2023. As a thank you to their fanbase, the album will be available digitally for free, but for those who want a tangible copy of the release, various physical formats and bundles of merchandise can be pre-ordered from the band. website now.
Until then, you can discover “Believe” and “No Respect”, two new tracks from the album below.
“I’m so grateful to the fans who have supported me and this band,” singer Edsel Dope said in a press release. “I appreciate your patience and the relationship of trust we have built together. I never do anything halfway, and I believe that anything worth doing is worth doing well, so sometimes it’s taking longer than expected. I’ve learned that the time between releases only strengthens our connection and that the bond between this band and our fans is unbreakable. I truly love you all!”
Dope has also uploaded an intro video to their YouTube channel, which features clips from the upcoming music videos for “Believe” and “No Respect” and also provides behind-the-scenes footage of Edsel’s efforts since their release. latest album.
“A lot has happened in my life since I released the last Dope album,” Edsel said in the video before detailing his family life. “So, as you know, I’m an ambition junkie. I always have too much to do, and with all the other additions to my life, it’s just taken me longer to get back to you and this than I had expected.”
Check out the full 10 minute video below.
Dope will be touring in support Blood Money Part Zer0 next year when they hit the road with Static-X, Fear Factory, Mushroomhead and Twiztid. See all the dates and get your tickets with this link.
Dope – ‘Believe’
Dope – “No Respect”
Dope, Blood Money Part Zer0 Trailer
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