Roadrunner recording group MOTIONLESS IN WHITE has unveiled its new single, "Loud (F*ck It)", which is taken from their anticipated label debut album, "Graveyard Shift". The track, which debuted on SiriusXM Octane, is streaming now accompanied by an official music video.
"Graveyard Shift" is available for pre-order today at all DSPs and MotionlessInWhite.net, with all pre-orders receiving an instant grat download of the new single, "Loud (F*ck It)", as well as the powerful previously released tracks "570" and "Eternally Yours".
"Graveyard Shift"'s striking artwork was selected from over two thousand contest entries from fans and designers in partnership with Creative Allies. The contest's winner, Crystal Johnson, created the album's cover as well as other elements in the album package.
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE will celebrate "Graveyard Shift" with nearly non-stop touring, beginning with a lead support slot on Atlantic recording group IN THIS MOMENT's upcoming "Half God Half Devil Tour". The dates begin Friday, April 7 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin's Eagles Ballroom and then continue through mid-May.
Founded in 2005, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE has won over audiences worldwide with their aggressive music and arresting imagery. The band – currently comprising lead singer Chris Motionless, guitarists Ryan Sitkowski and Ricky Horror, bassist Devin "Ghost" Sola and drummer Vinny Mauro – has proven a ferocious and inventive live act, earning an increasingly fervent fan following via countless headline shows, festival sets, and tours alongside such iconic acts as SLIPKNOT, KORN and BREAKING BENJAMIN.
"Graveyard Shift" track listing:
01. Rats 02. Queen For Queen 03. Necessary Evil (feat. Jonathan Davis) 04. Soft 05. Untouchable 06. Not My Type: Dead As F*ck 2 07. The Ladder 08. Voices 09. Loud (F*ck It) 10. 570 11. Hourglass 12. Eternally Yours
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