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FROM ASHES TO NEW have today (February 3)delivered an intense and captivating new single “Nightmare,” taken from their upcoming as-yet-titled fourth album due this summer via Better Noise Music. “Nightmare”masterfully showcases dual vocalists Matt Brandyberry and Danny Case expertise in contrasting heavy rock anthemic choruses with nu-metal/rap rock verses. ”Nightmare” takes listeners through the emotions of being betrayed and the nightmares that result which are presented in the track’s accompanying apocalyptic-themed music video directed by Josiahx (Distrubed, Miss May I) out now via YouTube HERE or seen streaming below.
“Betrayal by someone we trust happens to the best of us,” says CASE. “We befriend someone, let them in, build a connection and then all of a sudden they turn into someone unrecognizable. Someone you once trusted and cared for so deeply is now a backstabbing enemy. In a heartbeat, the person you once thought you knew is now gone. There aren’t many things in life that cut quite as deep as betrayal. Erasing that person from your life and moving forward is the only way to wake up from the nightmare.”
The Lancaster, PA-based group—Brandyberry (vocals), Case (vocals), Lance Dowdle (guitars) and Mat Madiro (drums)—will be on tour this spring, joining fellow Top 10 active rock-charting acts Shinedown and Three Days Grace across the East Coast and Midwest from April 3 to May 9 before appearing as some of the summer’s largest rock festivals including Welcome To Rockville (5/19 – Daytona Beach, FL) and Sonic Temple (5/27 – Columbus, OH). For tickets and dates, visit fromashestonew.com/tour.
Hailed as the “sweet spot of mass appeal where there’s a little something for everyone” (Knotfest), FROM ASHES TO NEW’sblend of hard rock, hip-hop, electronic and alternative music has built them a diverse and dedicated fanbase while garnering over 345 million streams, 55 million video views and four Top 10singles. Prior to “Nightmare,” the band released two additional tracks from their forthcoming album: the reflective single “Heartache” and the fiery, vindictive track “Until We Break (feat. Matty Mullins of Memphis Mayfire)” which was also featured on the official soundtrack for the horror-thriller The Retaliators in which the band also appeared in with a guest role.
l-r: Mat Madiro, Matt Brandyberry, Lance Dowdle, Danny Case