The Dead Centuries Debuts ‘Pop A Soda’ Video

Courtesy: Asher Media Relations

Independent rock band The Dead Centuries debuted the video for its latest single this month.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Pop A Soda‘ June 10.  The instrumental song’s arrangement is what many might call “math metal,” lending itself to comparisons to works from the likes of Periphery, Scale The Summit and Intervals.  It features a guest appearance by Intervals bassist Jacob Umansky.

The band addressed bringing Umansky on board for the song and about the song in general in a collective statement.

“We’re extremely excited to release this track as we feel it marks a big step forward in terms of songwriting, composition, playing, and production,” the statement reads.  We think the sonic depth in “Pop A Soda” is more interesting, ear-catching, and rewarding than previous efforts from the band, and we think listeners will love the caliber of this track. The inclusion of Jacob Umansky (Intervals/JIA) on bass brings another element to the track that helped us get closer to our vision.”

‘Pop A Soda’ is available to stream and download at Spotify, Apple Music and The Dead Centuries’ official bandcamp page.

More information on the band’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

 

Website: http://thedeadcenturies.net

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedeadcenturies

Twitter: http://twitter.com/deadcenturies

 

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