UNEARTH's new single, "Incinerate", can be streamed below. The song is taken from the Boston band's upcoming album, "Extinction(s)", which is due this fall via Century Media.
Vocalist Trevor Phipps describes the new song: "'Incinerate' brings the raw aggression and heaviness of our early material while also showcasing elements of where we've gone as a band since. Lyrically, it is meant to be a song of unity in a time of great polarization around the world. We are constantly being told to not like our neighbor because they might have different views. The theme is a faith in humanity to come together and combat and rid the world of those that are intentionally dividing us."
For its seventh release and Century Media debut, UNEARTH worked with Will Putney (EVERY TIME I DIE, BODY COUNT, GOJIRA, THY ART IS MURDER, SILENT PLANET) at Graphic Nature Studios. Additionally, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE's Adam Dutkiewicz recorded drums for the effort.
UNEARTH is currently taking part in the final installment of the annual Vans Warped Tour on the Mutant White Lightning stage. Additional tour plans for the fall and winter will be announced in the coming weeks.
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