Modern-day Electronic Pop Metal progenitor, Poppy, has premiered her brutal new track ‘BLOODMONEY’, followed by a video that sees her kicking the sh*t out of everyone.

The artist has just finished her run on the Threesome tour with Bring Me The Horizon and Sleeping With Sirens, and has now gone back to releasing killer new tunes.

Earlier this week, she announced the I Disagree U.S. tour, inspired by her upcoming album of the same name. Kicking off in late January in San Francisco, the dates run through February just prior to a previously announced Europe tour in March.

This week, the artist premiered her new song and music video, ‘BLOODMONEY’ from her forthcoming pop-metal record I Disagree.

Poppy recently performed the title track at WWE NXT. She opened the show with her track ‘I Disagree’ and then escorted wrestler Io Shirai out to the ring with FEVER 333 collab ‘Scary Mask.’

Poppy‘s third album I Disagree is set to be released Jan. 10.

You can check out the kickass (literally) video directed by Titanic Sinclair below!

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This is the second release from the artist marking a new transition in sound, the first being ‘Concrete’ which came out a few weeks ago.

Like a fever dream in a field of rainbows, Poppy released brand new track ‘Concrete’, which is, in fact, a metal track, fused with an absolute truckload of bubblegum pop tendencies. It’s the weirdest and wildest ride you’ll probably ever go on, as things move sharply from dark to light. It’s essentially like riding Wonka’s Great Glass Elevator on a trip from Hell to Gumby Land in rapid time.

And the lyrics are an absolute treat and a half, with simple childish pop lines like “some people like candy” and others like “bury me six feet deep”. Just check this out:

“Some people like candy / Some people like coffee / But these lifeless flavours don’t satisfy me
I tried to eat ice cream / I tried to drink tea / But I need the taste of young blood in my teeth.”

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