Oxymorrons mix rap and hard rock with new single “Look Alive (Netic)” + tour with Corey Taylor starts soon

Oxymorrons mix rap and hard rock together into a fresh blend thats refreshing to the scene and prove it with their latest single “Look Alive (Netic). This is the bands 4th single from their upcoming debut release “Melanin Punk” out Oct. 20th. The band will also be hitting the road this month supporting Corey Taylor (of Slipknot) on his solo tour run before kicking off their own headlining tour.



The band explains, “’Look Alive’ is the perfect sonic representation of our unique blend of Rock and Hip-Hop. It hits hard, exudes energy, and lives authentically in both spaces. With swaggy, unapologetic vibes, it simultaneously uplifts while delivering a powerful message: ‘Hard Times Get Better.’ Stay focused, Stay Active, and Push Forward, always Look Alive.”

Oxymorrons’ new single also pays tribute to a fallen member of their chosen family, sharing, “for those who wonder what (Netic) is – Netic Rebel, a founding member of the band Game Rebellion, was an integral part of the AfroPunk movement, playing a vital role in building the festival’s legendary legacy. More than just a musician, he was a guiding force, a brother, and a mentor to all who knew him, leaving an indelible mark on the universe. Without Netic, there would be no Oxymorrons, as he not only inspired but also empowered POC bands to remain authentic and true to themselves. He embraced imperfections and was a perfect soul in his own unique way. Netic was a gift from the universe, and for this gift, we are forever grateful. His spirit lives on in the music, the memories, and the hearts of those he touched, and his legacy continues to resonate through the power of music and the unity he fostered.”


Aug 25 – The Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, CO

Aug 27 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO

Aug 28 – The Fillmore Minneapolis – Minneapolis – MN

Aug 30 – Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI

Aug 31 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL

Sept 2 – The Factory – Chesterfield, MO

Sept 5 – The Fillmore – Detroit, MI

Sept 7 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH

Sept 9 – The Andrew J Brady Music Center – Cincinnati, OH

Sept 12 – The Wellmont Theater, Montclair, NJ

Sept 13 – House of Blues – Boston, MA


Sept 1 – Hoosier Dome – Indianapolis, IN*#

Sept 11 – Ottobar – Baltimore, MD*

Sept 15 – The Canal Club – Richmond, VA*

Sept 16 – Local 506 – Chapel Hill, NC

Sept 18 – The End – Nashville, TN

Sept 19 – Purgatory at The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA

Sept 20 – Conduit – Orlando, FL

Sept 22 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX

Sept 23 – Cheapstakes – Dallas, TX

Sept 24 – Empire Control Room – Austin, TX

Sept 26 – Vally Bar – Phoenix, AZ

Sept 27 – Moroccan Lounge – Los Angeles, CA*

Sept 28 – Hard Rock Live – Las Vegas, NV*#

Sept 30 – Bottom of the Mill – San Francisco, CA*

Oct 1 – Goldfield Trading Post – Sacramento, CA

Oct 3 – Hawthorne Lounge – Portland, OR

Oct 5 – The Vera Project – Seattle, WA

Oct 7 – The Beehive – Salt Lake City, UT*

*No Raging Kids

#No Rivals or Sorry Mom

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