Watch Me Breathe Debuts ‘Cruel Machine’ Lyric Video

Independent rock band Watch Me Breathe is working on its third album, and as work continues on the record, is giving audiences a musical appetizer.

The band debuted the lyric video for its single ‘Cruel Machine‘ Friday.  The song’s musical arrangement presents a distinct emo/pop punk sound while its lyrical content delivers a commentary about the plight of working class Americans.

Band founder and front man Jake Aaron Ward discussed the concept behind the song’s lyrical them in a recent interview.

“This song is about capitalism,” he said.  “The inspiration came from the many experiences I (and most of us) have had encountering miserable, tired, old employees at grocery stores, gas stations, etc.  Lifelong hourly-wage work is the story of millions and millions of people all over this country, and it’s hard not to feel like they are victims of a cruel machine they were forced to be a cog in.”

Courtesy: The Label Group/INgrooves

‘Cruel Machine’ is available to stream and download through various outlets here.

More information on Watch Me Breathe’s new single is available online along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: https://watchmebreathe.com

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

Twitter: http://twitter.com/WMBband

 

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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!'”

Courtesy: The Label Group/INgrooves/TAG Publicity

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