New York hard rock purveyors GET OUT. have premiered the official lyric video for their track, “Seven Heavens”, at New Noise Magazine. The track appears on the group’s debut full-length record Let Me In, which The Ring Master Review hails as having a “potent sound which gets straight to the point without distracting frills and a commandingly solid release providing increasingly thickening enjoyment.” Vocalist Morgan Y. Evans says of the new track:
“Here is our first ever lyric video. It is for “Seven Heavens” a song about hoping for peace or the possibility to salvage unity in the face of aggression, Aiming for less conflict and better communication in an often cutthroat world. Remembering that all of our time is valuable and to value what other people bring to the table/scene. Not letting disrespectful people slow you down. The video was done by Spinkickproductions.com. That company does a lot of cool metalcore and rap videos. Plus they are an hour away in the Troy/Albany area so it was cool to hire someone in the wider regional Upstate, NY scene. We all have to support one another to make this framework of the underground grow and retain strength.”
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GET OUT. are currently in the midst of writing a reportedly heavier EP titled War Chest. The EP, whose release date is still pending, is rumored to feature guests such as Paul “Ablaze” of Blackguard, Mike Score of All Out War, among others TBA. As with Let Me In, art for War Chest will be once again handled by Chris Smith of Grey Aria Design (Hollow Earth, Vulture, Black Yo)))ga).
GET OUT Live:
2/27 – The Anchor – Kingston, NY w/ Vajra, Surmiser (a benefit for People’s Place)