The release coincides with a touring slate that includes a run with Shinedown and Papa Roach on the Revolutions Tour.

Breakout sensation Spiritbox has unveiled their next phase with the announcement of their November 3rd EP release, The Fear of Fear. The six-track presentation follows the seismic impact of the band’s 2021 debut, Eternal Blue – a widely acclaimed effort that propelled the band into a new stratosphere of success resulting in sold out shows both home and abroad.

Spiritbox would double down on the momentum of their debut with the 2022 EP arrival of Rotoscope, a three track punctuation that solidified Spiritbox as one of heavy music’s most promising new practitioners. In the year since its release, Rotoscope alone has tallied more than 27 million streams across preferred DSPs – reiterating the impact the band has made on the culture.

For the next phase of Spiritbox, the band has introduced The Fear of Fear with a second, stunning glimpse with the visual for the track, “Jaded”(Spiritbox released the first preview with “The Void” which landed earlier this year). Enlisting director Caleb Mallery, the clip showcases the band’s performative prowess and their fresh, stylized take on modern heavy music.

The announcement arrives as Spiritbox gear up for a massive North American run on the Revolutions Tour, supporting mainstays in Shinedown and Papa Roach. Additionally, Spiritbox have been confirmed for an early 2024 European run along with Architects and Loathe. A full list of confirmed tour dates can be found below. Tickets for all dates are available – HERE

The Fear of Fear from Spiritbox arrives November 3rd via Rise Records/Pale Chord. Order it – HERE