Massive Wagons announce anti-bullying single/video and new album details

Rock ‘n’ roll ringleaders Massive Wagons have announced their upcoming album Triggered!, out 28th October 2022 via Earache Records.

The album was recorded at Backstage Studios with producers Chris Clancy (Machine Head, Megadeth, Amon Amarth) and Colin Richardson (Funeral For A Friend, Slipknot, Sepultura), the production force that was also behind their UK Top 10 album House Of Noise.

Fans got their first taste via brand new single “Fuck The Haters” which premiered exclusively on Planet Rock Radio yesterday morning and is available now from all DSPs. “Fuck The Haters” is a bold-call-to-arms track that employs huge arena rock and frontman Barry “Baz” Mills’ signature vocal vigour, to hold a potent middle finger to everyone and anyone who feels it necessary to bully other people, be that physically, face to face, or keyboard warriors in the social media sphere.

If you like what we do, consider joining us on Patreon for as little as £1 per month!

Written as a supportive rallying cry for those who have been affected by any form of bullying, Baz sums up the spirit of “Fuck The Haters”:

Simple song, simple message: fuck the haters, fuck ’em all. Do what you want, wear what you want, be who you want to be and be proud about it. I know this kind of thing has been covered in songs before, but I wanted to strip it back to its most basic, powerful form. Yeah, swearing ain’t for everyone, but sometimes you just got to stand up and let rip! #STOPBULLYING #FUCKTHEHATERS

The track’s accompanying video underlines this message. Directed by Lewis Cater (The Hunna, Sum 41, Neck Deep), the video brings with it a no-holds-barred performance chock-full of the band’s trademark charisma as they stand up against incessant social media trolling and sinister anonymous figures. Watch the video below.

Don’t fancy Patreon? Buy us a one-off beverage!

Massive Wagons: official | facebook | twitter | instagram | spotifyyoutube | patreon

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments