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Suicideboys release “Materialism As A Means To An End” the 3rd Focus track off their upcoming album

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$uicideboy$  unleash “Materialism as a Means to an End” across all streaming platforms today. This marks the 3rd focus track of their highly anticipated album “Long Term Effects of SUFFERING”. The cousins — Ruby da Cherry and $lick $loth – with their thorrorcore glitch-trap with booming bass, ominous atmospherics, and occultish, drugged-out rhymes have made noise with over 5 billion streams worldwide. $uicideboy$  are set to heat up summer 2021’ with the highly anticipated upcoming album. 


Growing up on the east and west banks of New Orleans, $uicideboy$  bring their unique sound to the world, their 2018 albums “Carrollton” and “Meet Mr. NICEGUY,” and a pair of singles that landed on their fall release, I Want to Die in New Orleans, being highly received by the world landed them at number nine on the Billboard 200. Prior to headlining the inaugural Grey Day Tour, the duo released a 6-track EP in May of 2019 with the legendary Travis Barker titled “Live Fast, Die Whenever.” $uicideboy$ released their newest 12-track project in 2020 titled Stop Staring at the Shadows, garnering over 150 million streams in its first week.


The duo’s upcoming album, “Long Term Effects of SUFFERING”, is set to drop soon and is a massively anticipated release from $uicideboy$. The album is also expected to feature a music video collaboration with Lyrical Lemonade’s very own, Cole Bennett. With everything opening back up this year, you can expect $uicideboy$ on a full North American tour sometime this fall. The duo is also expected to be making their runs at a handful of sets at upcoming major music festivals. You can catch them this summer at Rolling Loud Miami, Lollapalooza Chicago, Hive Fest at Salt Lake City.

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