Noise Exclusive: Take A Ride On Unimagined’s Theatrical Post-Hardcore Track “Too Dead To Dance”


In case you haven’t noticed, there hasn’t been new Pierce The Veil music in almost three years. Thankfully though, for all the countless listeners out there desperately awaiting new music from Vic Fuentes and company, there are bands like emerging St. Louis outfit Unimagined to fill the void.

Providing Pierce-like vocal and guitar-work combined with Crown The Empire-esque theatrics, Unimagined is a throwback act perfect for any longtime fan of the post-hardcore genre. 

Teaming up with The Noise to premiere their brand new single and music video for “Too Dead To Dance” in support of the brand new EP Friendless, Unimagined continues to show off their musical influences as well as the reason why they call themselves “theatrical metal.”     

“‘Too Dead To Dance’ has been a favorite of ours since we first recorded our EP in May of 2018,” says vocalist/guitarist Caleb Freihaut. “We think this is, at this moment in time, the most quintessential Unimagined track. Nathan Mowry of Kind Punk, our director for this video, did an absolutely incredible job at making our bizarre vision come to life. A massive thank you to the utmost professionalism of the performers in the video as well, who brought the whole project to the next level.”

To check out the impressive and wild circus act that is “Too Dead To Dance,” be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to grab a copy of Friendless which is available now via Standby Records.