Dion Lunadon Releases New Album and Shares Video For ‘Screw Diver’ Edited by Cedric Bixler-Zavala 

June 10, 2022



After releasing his self-titled debut album in 2017, Dion Lunadon (The D4, ex-A Place To Bury Strangers) has today released his sophomore album ‘Beyond Everything‘ via In The Red Records.

Check out the brand new video for ‘Screw Diver’, edited by Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At The Drive-In/The Mars Volta. Here’s what Cedric had to say about it: “Wanna get real lost in the desert with The Devils Advocates? Then come take a manic ride with this remix of Michel Levesque’s 1971 classic, Werewolves On Wheels. Watch as they “ride the demolition” set to the visceral slashes of Dion Lunadon’s new song ‘Screw Diver’.”

Dion delivers this devouring ensemble from the ferocious sophomore album. The dark release grips the audience with its expressive and brooding landscape, joined by the intoxicating vocals and a wealth of dexterous tones and raucous rhythms.

Beyond Everything is Dion’s first release on In The Red (an ideal match for his music), as well as his first full-length since departing A Place To Bury Strangers. Written, performed and recorded by Dion, the songs tap into a raw, palpable energy that blurs the line between the music and the person. Drums on the record were played by Blaze Bateh (Bambara) and Nick Ferrante (The Black Hollies).  

Dion explains: “The record was written and recorded sporadically between 2017 and 2019. I probably wrote about 100 songs during this period. The first album was pretty relentless which I liked, but I wanted to make something more dynamic for the 2nd record. Something that could be more conducive to repeated listens. I’d get in my studio, come up with a song title, and start working on any ideas that I had. For example, with Elastic Diagnostic, the idea was to create a hum that evokes the sound of life coursing through your body. Everything else kind of formed around that idea.” 

Dion is currently touring with a full band in North America (some of the dates are supporting The Black Angels), with European and UK dates in November. All dates are listed below with more TBA. Ticket links HERE.


Fri Jun 10 – Salt Lake City – Metro Music Hall *

Sat Jun 11 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory *

Sun Jun 12 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile *

Mon Jun 13 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre Lounge

Wed Jun 15 – Arcata, CA – Miniplex

Thur Jun 16 – Petaluma, CA – Phoenix Theatre *

Sat Jun 18 – Oakland, CA – Elbo Room

Sun Jun 19 – TBA, CA

Mon Jun 20 – Los Angeles, CA – Moroccan Lounge

Wed Jun 22 – San Diego, CA – Music Box *

Fri Aug 19 Brooklyn, NY, TV EYE (album release party) +

Fri Aug 26 Montreal, CA, L’Escogriffe x


Thur Nov 03 – Reignier, France – La Poulpe

Fri Nov 04 – Gigors, France – Gigors Electric

Sat Nov 05 – Torino, Italy – Blah Blah

Sun Nov 06 – Zurich, Switzerland – Safari Bar

Mon Nov 07 – Fürth, Germany – Kunstkeller 027

Wed Nov 09 – Hamburg, Germany – Hafenklang

Thur Nov 10 – Berlin, Germany – 8mm

Fri Nov 11 – Regensburg, Germany – VOID CONCERT @ Alte Malzerai

Sat Nov 12 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso

Mon Nov 14 – Bristol, UK – Crofter’s Rights

Wed Nov 16 – Nottingham, UK – Chameleon

Thur Nov 17 – London, UK – Shacklewell Arms

Wed Nov 23 – Paris, France – Supersonic

Thu Nov 24 – Rennes, France – TBA

Fri Nov 25 – Nantes, France – Duchesse

Sat Nov 26 – Lyon, France – Le Sonic

* with The Black Angels

+ with Haldol and Death Bag

x w/ Chris Burns And His Going Concerns

Get the record now –

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