Rest Easy Debuts New Single, ‘Get Busy Dyin”

Courtesy: Mutant League Records

Independent punk rock band Rest Easy is giving audiences their first preview of its forthcoming 7″.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Get Busy Dyin‘ Friday. The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming record Sick Day EP, which is scheduled for release Feb. 12 through Mutant League Records. The four-song record was recorded by Tim Creviston (Miery Signals) and mixed/mastered by Paul miner at Buzzbomb Studios in Orange, CA. Other well-known acts, such as Death By Stereo and Thrice have also recorded at the studio.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Get Busy Dyin’ is an intense composition. Clocking in at barely more than one minute (one minute, 21 seconds to be exact), the song is grounded in its solid time keeping while the intense guitar riffs, bass, and screaming vocals build around it to make the song even more fiery.

The lyrical content featured alongside the song’s musical arrangement comes across as delivering a message about someone who has “had it up to here” and then some with the world and with people. That would explain the intensity in the song’s musical arrangement.

Sick Day EP will release in a limited quantity of 500 vinyls. Approximately 200 of the available copies will release on a clear with blue smoke pressing. The 300 remaining copies will release on a solid tangerine pressing.

The EP’s track listing is noted below. Pre-orders and pre-saves are open now.


1. Get Busy Dyin’

2. Headaches

3. Bad Idea

4. Sick Day

More information on Rest Easy’s new single and 7″ is available along with all of the band’s latest news at

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