NEW YEARS DAY Churns Out 'Face-Melting Heavy Riffs' In New Song 'Come For Me'

NEW YEARS DAY Churns Out 'Face-Melting Heavy Riffs' In New Song 'Come For Me'

The official lyric video for "Come For Me", a brand new song from NEW YEARS DAY, can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming fourth studio album, "Unbreakable", which will be released on April 26 via RED Music.

NEW YEARS DAY frontwoman Ash Costello stated about the track: "'Come For Me' is my fight song. It's my call to rally everyone who wants to get together and stand against anyone and everyone who's got something to say to us.

"We live our lives online so much now. That invited anyone who's got a negative opinion into our worlds. I got to a point where I just felt that I wanted to turn it into a fun time, a fun song. It's the NEW YEARS DAY version of 'Hollaback Girl'... just A LOT heavier. It's also the first song we wrote for the album AND the first song that I got to have 100% say in exactly what I wanted, how I wanted it to sound, what I wanted the song to do and what I wanted to say.

"No more metaphors. If you don't like me then say it to my face and not behind a screen. I'll guest list you"

Earlier this week, Costello teased "Come For Me" in an Instagram post, writing: "You guys asked for heavy, I told you to be patient. This heavy enough for ya???? And you were all worried we left out the face-melting heavy riffs on this album, never EVER doubt us again."

The follow-up to 2015's "Malevolence", "Unbreakable" was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN).

Costello told the BUILD Series about the inspiration for the "Unbreakable" album title: "When I really thought about the year it took to write the record, everything that I've been through, I really felt like came out unbreakable on the other side. As opposed to our record before this one, where I felt almost like I was too breakable. But now with the fans behind us, and our team behind us, and this new music, I really feel like I'm unbreakable."

According to Costello, she was in a much different headspace while writing "Unbreakable" than she was a few years earlier during the making of "Malevolence".

"There was a breakup, and probably the worst breakup you could possibly imagine," Ash said. "I've never talked about who it was or what the exact circumstances are, and I never will. But when I wrote 'Malevolence' in about 2015, '16, it was the darkest time of my life on this planet. I really didn't think I was gonna make it out on the other side alive, and it shows in the songs, especially the title track, 'Malevolence'. It's not a happy record."

"Unbreakable" track listing:

01. Come For Me
02. MissUnderstood
03. Skeletons
04. Unbreakable
05. Shut Up
06. Done With You
07. Poltergeist
08. Break My Body
09. Sorry Not Sorry
10. My Monsters
11. Nocturnal
12. I Survived

Album art credit: Marc Liscio

NEW YEARS DAY will hit the road this spring with FALLING IN REVERSE. The U.S. tour will kick off in Las Vegas on April 20 and will wrap on May 24 in Los Angeles.

Photo credit: Hristo Shindov

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