Dead By Wednesday Debuts New Single, ‘Mars In Exile,’ Companion Lyric Video

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Dead By Wednesday debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Mars in Exile‘ Sunday. The song’s debut comes more than three months after the debut of the band’s then latest single, ‘S.O.S.,’ which the band released Oct. 5.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Mars in Exile’ is an interesting presentation. The pairing of the screams and clean vocals, coupled with the guitars lends itself to comparisons at times, to works from Killswitch Engage. At other points in the song, the thrash style riffs take listeners back to the heyday of that genre.

The lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement will generate its own interest. At times, it leads to the supposition that perhaps it focuses on the familiar topic of a broken relationship. At other points in the song, it comes across more as a person telling perhaps a detractor that he is defying that person’s expectations. No full explanation on the song’s lyrical theme was provided in information that was sent about the theme, so this is only this critic’s own interpretation.

‘Mars in Exile’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on Dead By Wednesday’s upcoming live dates, its new single and video, and latest news is available along with the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.dbwmusic.com

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