GOD TO GRAVITY Featuring STUCK MOJO, TREMONTI Members: Lyric Video For 'Ready Or Not' Song

April 21, 2015

The lyric video for the song "Ready Or Not" from GOD TO GRAVITY — the new band featuring Corey Lowery (STUCK MOJO, STEREOMUD, DARK NEW DAY, EYE EMPIRE) on bass, Corey's brother Dustin Lowery (VIASAVA, ETHER SEEDS) on vocals, Pat Deeb (CHROMOSOME 180) and Troy McLawhorn (DARK NEW DAY, DOUBLEDRIVE, EVANESCENCE) on guitar, and Garrett Whitlock (TREMONTI, SUBMERSED) on drums — can be seen below. The track is taken from GOD TO GRAVITY's self-titled debut album, which was released in December 2014 via all digital music outlets.

"This is the first time I've been able to do a CD with my youngest brother, Dustin Lowery," said Corey.

"Pat Deeb and I started writing this music and we needed a voice that would match it. I sent it to Dustin and I think he took it to a new level. Troy McLawhorn and Garrett Whitlock came in and took it to a newer level. There are special guests on it, such as our brother Clint Lowery, Morgan Rose and Matt O'Rourke."


Dustin Lowery (VIASAVA, ETHER SEEDS) - Vocals
Pat Deeb (CHROMOSOME 180) - Guitar
Garrett Whitlock (TREMONTI, SUBMERSED) - Drums

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