Louisville deathcore group, Until The Dead Walk, have unleashed a heavy new track that combines elements of deathcore, black metal and industrial, with influences from both metalcore and djent, to create a whirlwind of sound. Produced by Pablo Viveros of Chelsea Grin, the song tells of the band’s recently deceased friend as well as the dangers of drug abuse. The colorful animation of the video creates an interesting juxtaposition with the somber meaning being the track.

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Lorenzo Young (vocals) comments: “The song is for anyone who has ever lost someone to addiction, we had a friend who was given some “fake drugs” and it just inspired this. We love all of our people, and we feel this song hits those emotional bases and ties that everyone who has experienced a loss of this nature can relate to. It was a bit touchy, but the message is there and I think most people can get behind it.”

Get more from Until The Dead Walk HERE.

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