In Parallel Debuts ‘Threat Of Heaven’ Lyric Video

Courtesy: Wiretap Records

In Parallel debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Threat of Heaven‘ Monday. The song and its video are the third from the band’s recently released EP Fashioner. Its debut follows the premiere of the EP’s other singles, ‘Leave It With The Ghost‘ and ‘Deep Dark.’

As with the noted singles and much of the EP’s featured work, the song’s musical arrangement features a clear Nine Inch Nails style influence with its wall of sound style approach and overall tones. The video features footage of Donald Trumps recent overt use of force to clear protestors in Washington, D.C. so that he could use a church for a backdrop for a photo op. Flames burn over the black and white footage.

The imagery works with the song’s lyrical theme, which addresses “these men who wrote the words to stories/Stories read to us by modern men/Raised in their respective neighborhoods/Reading us their words from God/Telling us in ways we’ll understand/telling us with whom we don’t agree/Don’t believe and we are promised fire.” This is a direct statement about false leaders and those leaders who work to divide us, adding even more impact to the song.

Audiences can stream ‘Threat pf Heaven’ and the rest of Fashioner now here.

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

Websitehttp://www.inparallelband.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/inparallelband

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/inparallelband

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