Dry Kill Logic debuted its new single this week.
The video is a very simple presentation. A man sits in a chair, wearing a suit and tie, but his head is covered by a bear head. The camera zooms in slowly over the course of the song’s nearly five-minute run time. As the camera zooms in, images of protests and civil unrest flash very quickly over the serenity of the main scene. The contrast of the imagery is meant to illustrate the song’s lyrical content, which front man Cliff Rigano discussed with the Revolver magazine staff.
“We’ve always tried to write songs that come from a personal place, but frame them in a way that can be interpreted to mean something different and unique to each listener,” said Rigano. “Don’t See Ghosts” was recorded last year, right after we put out “Vices”, but we were unsure of when to release it. After looking at the lyrics recently, the song actually started to mean something different to us as well, and we realized that this was the right time to put it out.”
The song’s featured musical arrangement is everything that fans have come to expect from the band, what with its heavy melodic metal approach. At the same time, there are moments in this song that lend themselves to comparisons to works from Hatebreed, too. That combination of sounds and styles makes the song’s arrangement in whole its own powerful reason for audiences to hear this song.
‘Don’t See Ghosts’ was produced by Dry Kill Logic guitarist Jason Bozzi and mixed by Greg Thomas (Misery Signals, Shai Hulud). The song was recorded at Intension Studios in Astoria, NY and at Silver Bullet Studios in Burlington, CT.
More singles are expected from Dry Kill Logic through its own label, Psychodrama Records in partnership with eOne Music. ‘Don’t See Ghosts’ is available to stream and download here.
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