Fever 333 are finishing out the year with quite the flurry. Though the Strength in Numb333rs album has generated a fair amount of acclaim this year, they haven't stopped creating, with yet another new song called "Vandals" dropping for fans to take in.

Starting off simply with drumsticks tapping, the track eventually is fleshed out with some fat synths, a chug-along low end sound and singer Jason Aalon Butler rapping with building ferocity over the groove. Take a listen in the player below.

"Vandals" comes on the heels of "Kingdom," which was released at the beginning of November to coincide with the start of a tour. In addition, Butler recently released a cover of Joni Mitchell's "California" he recorded over a decade ago and also teamed up with Nova Twins onstage for a blistering live mashup that included bits of Green Day, 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Eminem and Lil' Nas X all thrown into the mix. It's made for quite the month for the band.

The arrival of the two new songs brings into question of whether Fever 333 will dig any further into the Strength in Numb333rs album, which has already yielded the tracks "One of Us" and "Burn It."

The group does appear to be taking a break for the holidays, recently wrapping a tour and now not scheduled to return to the road until late January. They'll kick off 2020 in Japan on Jan. 28. See all their "demonstrations" here.

Fever 333, "Vandals"

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