Disciples Of Verity Debuts New Single, ‘I Am I,’ Companion Video

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Disciples of Verity debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘I Am I‘ Tuesday. The song and its video are the fifth from the hard rock super group’s forthcoming album Pragmatic Sanction. The band is planning on releasing the album in 2021. The album has already produced the singles ‘The Lost Ones,’ a cover of X Ambassadors’ song ‘Unsteady,’ ‘The Flow,’ ‘Lying To Myself,’ and ‘Worthy.’

The video for ‘I Am I’ features Disciples of Verity performing its new single on a stage to reflect the band’s look in a live setting. That imagery is accompanied by a story of a strip club manager who ends up getting what he deserves in the end from his employees.

Front man Corey Glover discussed the video’s story during a recent interview.

“My hat goes off to the folks doing all that hard work to make this video,” said Glover. “The director and the crew did a great job. The story they told was one of struggle and overcoming a system that more often than not, puts people (women) in financial and physical danger. I am proud of everyone who was involved in telling this story.”

Guitarist Mark Monjoy expanded on Glover’s comments.

“We had a great couple days of shooting with Tony at Kennette Productions,” said Monjoy. “We trusted his vision of what the video needed to capture, and we made it happen. Once you have a good team in place it makes our job that much easier.”

The musical arrangement featured in ‘I Am I’ is a heavy, guitar-driven work that will appeal to fans of Sevendust.

More information on Disciples of Verity’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news is available online at:

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Disciples Of Verity Debuts ‘The Lost Ones’ Lyric Video

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Disciples of Verity debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘The Lost Ones’ Thursday through Revolver magazine. The song is the fifth single from the band’s forthcoming album Pragmatic Sanction, which is scheduled for release Oct. 16 through The Label Group.  It follows the releases of the album’s other singles, ‘Unsteady,’ ‘The Flow,’ ‘Lying to Myself,’ and ‘Worthy.’

The musical arrangement featured in ‘The Lost Ones’ is a melodic hard rock composition that will appeal to fans of bands, such as Sevendust, and The Veer Union.  Fittingly, the band features a guest appearance by Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose.

According to comments from front man Corey Glover (Living Colour), the song’s lyrical theme is meant to illicit a sense of determination in listeners.

“We all feel like we’re the only ones suffering,” said Glover. “Like you are the only ones that getting the shitty end of the deal. You’re not. We all are. The world ain’t no paradise. At least we’re in it together.”

Bassist George Pond expanded on Glover’s statements.

“The world has changed,” he said. “Now is the time to look inside to change with it. To adapt. We are all ‘The Lost Ones’ trying to find our way.”

More information on Disciples of Verity’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news is available online at:

 

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Disciples Of Verity Debuts Video For ‘Unsteady’ Cover

Disciples of Verity is taking X Ambassadors’ hit song ‘Unsteady.’

The band debuted the video for its cover of the song Friday through Loudwire.  While DOV’s cover stays largely true to its source material, the heavy guitars and drums add a new edge to the song, giving it a new identity that is just as interesting as the original composition from X Ambassadors.

Directed by Dale “Rage” Resteghini an produced by Kim Resteghini, the video features the band performing its cover of ‘Unsteady’ “in a remote area of New York state.

“It was an extreme honor rockin’ on set with exciting new band D.O.V. and their iconic front man Corey Glover,” said Dale. “The whole band brought their friends and family and they enjoyed all the high wattage and fire as the band delivered an incredible visceral performance!”

Drummer Corey Pierce expanded on Resteghini’s statement with his own thoughts.

“It was an incredible day in a life that has had many, many incredible days,” said Pierce. “We shot an amazing video with an incredible look built by the efforts of a team full of highly motivated and energized people. The finished product is way beyond the expectations any of us had. We could not have asked for a better crew, experience and finished product.”

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The debut of DOV’s cover of ‘Unsteady’ and its video comes more than a month after the band debuted the video for its then latest single ‘The Flow.’

The song is featured on the band’s forthcoming debut album Pragmatic Sanction, which is scheduled for release Aug. 7 through The Label Group and INgrooves.  Pre-orders for the album are open now.

The album’s third single, it comes more than five months after the band debuted the album’s second single, ‘Lying To Myself.’  That song featured a guest appearance by Phil Demmel (BPMD, ex-Machine Head, Vio-lence) on guitar.

The band debuted the album’s lead single ‘Worthy’ last year through a partnership with Revolver magazine.  The song featured a guest appearance by Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore) on guitar.

‘The Flow’ features a guest appearance by Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose, who said he was excited to be included in the song.

“Any time you get an opportunity to track music with a legend, you jump,” he said.  “The track f’n rips. Corey sounds better than ever.”

Rose’s addition to the song, coupled with the band’s members — Corey Glover (Living Colour, Bowie Experience), George Pond (ex-Negative Sky), Dannny Puma (Negative Sky), Corey Pierce (Ex-God Forbid) and Mark Monjoy (Sekond Skyn) — the song bears those hints of a Sevendust influence.

The song’s lyrical theme is heavy in its own right, according to a statement from Glover.

“The idea that the world isn’t giving you what you deserve is universal,” Glover said. “Given the unrest in the world, today it’s more than an idea.”

‘The Flow’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on Disciples of Verity’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news is available online at:

 

Websitehttps://disciplesofverity.bandcamp.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/DisciplesofVerity

 

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Disciples Of Verity Debuts ‘The Flow’ Lyric Video

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Disciples of Verity gave audiences another preview of its new album this month.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘The Flow‘ June 18.  The song is featured on the band’s forthcoming debut album Pragmatic Sanction, which is scheduled for release Aug. 7 through The Label Group and INgrooves.  Pre-orders for the album are open now.

The album’s third single, it comes more than five months after the band debuted the album’s second single, ‘Lying To Myself.’  That song featured a guest appearance by Phil Demmel (BPMD, ex-Machine Head, Vio-lence) on guitar.

The band debuted the album’s lead single ‘Worthy’ last year through a partnership with Revolver magazine.  The song featured a guest appearance by Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore) on guitar.

‘The Flow’ features a guest appearance by Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose, who said he was excited to be included in the song.

“Any time you get an opportunity to track music with a legend, you jump,” he said.  “The track f’n rips. Corey sounds better than ever.”

Rose’s addition to the song, coupled with the band’s members — Corey Glover (Living Colour, Bowie Experience), George Pond (ex-Negative Sky), Dannny Puma (Negative Sky), Corey Pierce (Ex-God Forbid) and Mark Monjoy (Sekond Skyn) — the song bears those hints of a Sevendust influence.

The song’s lyrical theme is heavy in its own right, according to a statement from Glover.

“The idea that the world isn’t giving you what you deserve is universal,” Glover said. “Given the unrest in the world, today it’s more than an idea.”

‘The Flow’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on Disciples of Verity’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news is available online at:

 

Website: https://disciplesofverity.bandcamp.com

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

 

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Disciples Of Verity Debuts ‘Lying To Myself’ Lyric Video

Hard rock super group Disciples of Verity is preparing to release its debut album Pragmatic Sanction this year.

In anticipation of the album’s release, the band debuted more new music from the record early this month.  The band debuted the lyric video for the song ‘Lying To Myself’ Dec. 27 through PureGrainAudio and Jan. 7 through its official YouTube channel.  The song features a guest appearance from Phil Demmel (Machine Head, Vio-lence) on lead guitar.

The arrangement at the center of ‘Lying To Myself’ is a melodic hard rock composition that likens itself to works from the likes of Sevendust and The Veer Union.  The song’s lyrical content seemingly focuses on a person dealing with an inner battle with him/her-self as a result of a conflict with someone else.

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‘Lying To Myself’ is available to stream and download here.  The single is the second song to come from Pragmatic Sanction.  The band debuted the album’s lead single ‘Worthy‘ Aug. 22.  The song features a guest appearance by Jeff Loomis (Nevermore, Arch Enemy) on guitar.

Loomis and Demmel are just two of the big names who make guest appearances on Pragmatic Sanction.  The list of special guest musicians featured on the album includes, but is not limited to the likes of Morgan Rose (Sevendust), Tara McLeod (Kitty) and solo artist Joe Gareri.

More information on Pragmatic Sanction is available online now along with all of Disciples Of Verity’s latest news at http://www.facebook.com/DisciplesofVerity.

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Disciples Of Verity Debuts ‘Worthy’ Lyric Video

Hard rock/metal outfit Disciples of Verity debuted the video for its new single this week.

The band — Corey Glover (Living Colour, Bowie Experience), George Pond (ex-Negative Sky), Danny Puma (Negative Sky) Corey Pierce (ex-God Forbid) and Mark Monjoy (Sekond Skyn) — released the lyric video for their song ‘Worthy’ Thursday through Revolver magazine.

The song is the lead single from the group’s forthcoming album Pragmatic Sanction, which is scheduled for release later this year through The Label Group and INgrooves. The album’s exact release date will be announced soon.  Pre-orders are open now.

‘Worthy’ features guest guitar work by Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore).  Loomis’ Nevermore influences are clear in this song alongside Glover’s vocals.  Glover said in a recent interview, the song is lyrically a work that presents a message of overcoming feelings of personal adversity.

“No matter what you’re going through as long as you’re breathing and still here to see another day, it is another chance,” he said.  “Being worthy though, that is the rub you are always trying to figure out.  The heart and mind play against each other.  Your mind says you aren’t good enough, but your heart knows you are worthy.  That said, I am here for a reason.  I am ‘WORTHY!'”

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