The time is now. After a long, grueling wait. We finally present to you the next chapter of In Your Grave's discography. The first 5 songs we released off of Enemy Lines we're just a bitter sweet taste to what was to come. With a pocket full of bangers, the sounds start to expand as genres begin to break borders.
With a slamming beginning, Red Dust dives right in with an explosive tom and snare intro. The accompanying chugging guitars and bass only add depth and darkness and you are getting prepared for the vicious verse that has yet to follow up.
Prepare yourself, as the verse you are hit with is not one that you are familiar with. With some silence and a little bit of tension, you sit there waiting to embark and join the madness. The lyrics are just simple enough to remember, but the instruments just sporadic enough to make you move.
Immediately after, you are hit in the face with phase #3, the circle pit phase. We aim to deliver diversity, and so here it is. As much as we love breakdown, we like to keep up the pace as well. We ask that you work on your cardio for this part, as the crowd will be more than demanding at this part and force you to keep up not only with us, but with the crowd as well.
Of course you can't forget your pre vocal breakdown. "It only hurts when I'm awake." Remember these 6 words. Because when you hear them, you know things are about to get violent. The chromatic guitar and bass patterns will stick in your head. You'll be air drumming along without even knowing. This is a breakdown you couldn't forget if you tried.
We are bringing 2014 back. Next up is break down part #2. Roaring group chants will embrace you and force you to learn our lyrics. These demonic chants will have you throwing up your horns, if not grabbing the microphone to sing with our handsome vocalist, Collin Anderson. Don't be afraid, he won't bite. If anything, take this opportunity to come on stage and show us what you got.
Verse #2 comes back getting you ready for the next phase. Only making you wonder what could possibly come next. Remember when we told you we were ready to break the borders and bend the genre barrier? Well for a song as heavy as this one, we couldn't help but to add an electronic breakdown just to let the audience and listeners cool down, just for a moment. With distorted drums and inaudible vocal samples, you forget where you are. Little hints and cameos of familiar riffs bless your ears to remind you that you are still experiencing an audible adventure.
Last but not least, the outro. Yes, you heard right, outro. With a rolling ride cymbal, a groove/doom metal vibe starts to take place completely throwing you for a loop. Never have you heard any sort of song writing like this from us before. Even new school metal/hardcore bands can keep it old-school. At the same time, everything ties back in. With the guitar and bass from the electronic section, you remember the whole point of why you're listening. The lyrics may be simple, but you won't be able to hold yourself back from singing along.