Los Angeles rockers VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE have released their brand new single, "Black Betty". This is the first piece of new music the band has put out since 2012, and it will be featured on their forthcoming full-length album, "Ritual", due out in early 2016.
VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE vocalist Michael Orlando explains: "This song is special to me because it represents a part of my life where someone I cared about betrayed my trust. I learned a lot from that situation in particular and thought it to be song worthy. The human desire for fame and recognition spark some of our most primitive actions."
The follow-up to 2012's "Hellbound And Heartless", "Ritual" was produced by Matt Good (FROM FIRST TO LAST) and mixed by David Bendeth (BRING ME THE HORIZON, PARAMORE).
Earlier this year, VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE teased fans with the announcement of a forthcoming album, and an album teaser featuring snippets of new music. Check it out below.
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