EYES SET TO KILL: 'Broken Frames' Video Released

"Broken Frames", the new video from EYES SET TO KILL, is available for viewing below. (Note: Video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.) The song is the title track of the band's third album, which was released on June 8 via BreakSilence Records.

Recorded at Wade Studios in Ocala, Florida with producer Andrew Wade, "Broken Frames" takes the sparkling melodic prowess that EYES SET TO KILL has become known for and shows the band stepping outside of its comfort zone to create the next chapter in their growing musical evolution.

Commented singer Alexia Rodriguez: "Andrew Wade is really the first producer that ever challenged us as a band and took us out of our comfort zone. He made us try things that we probably wouldn't have done in the past. Andrew had me try a lot of different things and he was the one that suggested I try singing an octave higher for this record, which really helped me try and find my voice as a vocalist."

"On our last record we were concentrating so hard on writing solid songs that we forgot to visualize how they would work in a live setting," added guitarist Greg Kerwin. "With this record we wanted to make sure that the material would make our fans go crazy when they see us live, but still be fun for us to play live."

"Broken Frames" track listing:

01. All You Ever Knew (3:10)
02. Broken Frames (2:53)
03. The Listening (3:33)
04. Ticking Bombs (3:34)
05. Play The Part (2:39)
06. Falling Fast (3:34)
07. Catch Your Breath (0:27)
08. Ryan (3:10)
09. Inside the Eye (3:23)
10. Two Letter Sins (3:01)
11. Escape (4:19)
12. Let Me In (4:18)

"'The Listening' captivates every ounce of faith I lost in God during the darkest times I felt like I could only count on hope," singer Alexia Rodriguez told Noisecreep about the personal nature of the song. "Sometimes, I get let down by something I prayed so hard for and it causes me to lose my strength and beliefs. Since I firmly believe that lot of people only pray when they need something that is hard to reach on their own, I thought writing 'The Listening' would be an interesting way to make people think about why they really believe in God and if they are faithful for the right reasons."

Regarding the "All You Ever Knew" track, Alexia said, "'All You Ever Knew' is about trying to forget about my memories of relationships I don't care for much anymore. I feel like no matter how much I want them to go away, they will still never quit haunting me and reminding me of the pain my ex-boyfriends caused me and of the pain I caused them."

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