Video Premiere: MOTIONLESS IN WHITE's 'Brand New Numb'
June 27, 2019
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE has shared the Max Moore-directed music video for "Brand New Numb", which is featured on the band's new album, "Disguise".
"Disguise" was released on June 7 via Roadrunner Records. Recorded with producer Drew Fulk (a.k.a. WZRD BLD) in Los Angeles, California, the LP follows MOTIONLESS IN WHITE's chart-topping Roadrunner debut, "Graveyard Shift".
MOTIONLESS IN WHITE recently completed "The 2019 Spring Invasion Tour", a co-headline run alongside ATREYU featuring support from special guests WILSON. Later this summer, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE will head back out on the road with ALICE COOPER and HALESTORM for a North American tour set to kick off July 17 at Allentown, Pennsylvania's PPL Center.
Since 2006, MOTIONLESS IN WHITE has won over audiences around the globe with its aggressive music and arresting imagery, rapidly rising to the upper echelon of modern rock. Albums such as 2010's "Creatures" and 2012's "Infamous" would galvanize a rabid fan base around the band — currently comprised of lead singer Chris Motionless, guitarists Ryan Sitkowski and Ricky Horror, drummer Vinny Mauro, and bassist Justin Morrow. MOTIONLESS IN WHITE's 2014 LP, "Reincarnate", reached new heights, bowing at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart and claiming No. 1 on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart. 2017's "Graveyard Shift" arrived to critical acclaim, once again topping Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart led by the Top 20 Active Rock hit "LOUD (F*ck It)" , as well as the thunderous singles "Eternally Yours" and "Necessary Evil".
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