MOTIONLESS IN WHITE's new music video for the song "570" can be seen below. The clip was directed by Jeremy Danger and Travis Shinn.
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE is currently hard at work on its fourth studio album and full-length Roadrunner debut, slated for an early 2017 release.
"570" marks the band's first new release since 2014's "Reincarnate", which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart as well as at No. 9 on The Billboard 200. MOTIONLESS IN WHITE's third studio album was highlighted by the blockbuster title track, a top 20 Active Rock radio favorite accompanied by a striking companion video now boasting close to ten million views.
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE is promoting "570" with nearly non-stop touring, kicking off with this year's Vans Warped Tour. The dates — which see the band topping the new Monster Energy Party Zone — began June 24 at Dallas, Texas's Gexa Energy Pavilion and will continue through mid-August. From there, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE will join forces with KORN and BREAKING BENJAMIN on the eagerly awaited "Nocturnal Underground Tour". The trek — also featuring SILVER SNAKES — gets underway September 27 at Cedar Rapids, Iowa's US Cellular Center and then runs through mid-October.
As if that weren't enough, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE will perform at a number of upcoming heavy music festivals, including Chester, Pennsylvania's Rock Allegiance (September 17),Louisville, Kentucky's Louder Than Life (October 1),and Sacramento, California's Aftershock (October 22).
Founded in 2005, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE has won over audiences worldwide with its aggressive music and arresting imagery. The band — which consists of lead singer Chris Motionless, guitarists Ryan Sitkowski and Ricky Horror, keyboardist Josh Balz, bassist Devin "Ghost" Sola, and drummer Vinny Mauro — has proven a ferocious and inventive live act, earning an increasingly fervent fan following via countless headline shows, festival sets, and tours alongside such iconic acts as SLIPKNOT, LAMB OF GOD and A DAY TO REMEMBER, among others.
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