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TIMES OF GRACE SHARE VISUALIZER FOR NEW SONG “CURRENTS” — WATCH

NEW ALBUM SONGS OF LOSS AND SEPARATION OUT NOW

BAND FEATURES KILLSWITCH ENGAGE’S JESSE LEACH AND ADAM DUTKIEWICZ

“atmospheric and melodic” — Brooklyn Vegan

“the shades of grey shapeshift and collide with the electric power of clouds in a thunderstorm” — Kerrang!

 “…the songs are nearly all of such quality, and so emotionally fitting for these turbulent times, that even sneering cynics might struggle to keep the tears in” — Blabbermouth

TIMES OF GRACE, featuring Adam Dutkiewicz and Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage, released their long-awaited second album Songs of Loss and Separation last week. Today, they have shared a new visualizer for album track “Currents.” Watch it here.

Songs of Loss and Separation is out now via the band’s own imprint label, Wicked Good Records, distributed by ADA Worldwide.

Succeeding what Kerrang! has declared “a beautifully introspective” return is a song that is an enthralling, mid-tempo, and emotive effort. Leach shares, “‘Currents’ is the push and pull of the spirit while drowning in darkness and depression. It’s about finding yourself in the midst of the maelstrom and trying to find a way out while gasping for air. It’s about being at the end of your rope and contemplating the ‘let go’ moments before salvation arrives.”

Producer and bandmate Dutkiewicz candidly offers, “‘Currents’ is a song about being swallowed up by depression and addiction, and the struggle to find your way out. It represents how addictive and depressive behavior can suck you back in if you let it.”

Overall, Times of Grace are thrilled to be able to share a project so dear to and cathartic for the band — with each track its own story, representing both pieces of their pain and their process.

SONGS OF LOSS AND SEPARATION TRACK LISTING:
The Burden of Belief
Mend You
Rescue
“Far From Heavenless”
“Bleed Me”
Medusa
Currents
“To Carry the Weight”
“Cold”
“Forever”

ABOUT TIMES OF GRACE:
The band’s debut album The Hymn of a Broken Man arrived in 2011, nearly a decade after Leach’s exit from Killswitch Engage, the pivotal New Wave of American Heavy Metal band the duo co-founded with friends in 1999. The first music from Times of Grace materialized during Dutkiewicz’s arduous recovery from near-crippling back surgery. A collection of songs the multi-instrumentalist and producer knew would suit his once and future bandmate. The first album earned acclaim from BBC MusicThe Aquarian, and Rock Sound. It willfully upended expectations, with flourishes of shoegaze and ambiance in its songs.

Now, 10 years after Times of Grace first surfaced, the eagerly awaited follow-up arrives.

Comfortably stretched beyond the parameters of what came before, without sacrificing an ounce of integrity, Times of Grace weave between pensive, heavy, midtempo rock, riffs, and atmosphere. The pair’s vocal interplay makes for a rich, dense, and enthralling concoction, powering through various trips through dark nights of the soul and mind-expanding excursions into the wild. Songs of Loss and Separation benefits wildly from the powerhouse performance of ex-Envy On The Coast drummer Dan Gluszak, who toured behind the first album and is now an official member of the band.

The sprawling second album from Times of Grace, with a stunning album cover painted by John McCormack and album art layout by Tom Bejgrowicz, channels a dissonant, menacing, and unrelenting depression. Haunting romanticism and deep spiritual yearning collide in beautiful melancholy. It’s a diverse but singular statement, like the most beloved work of classic bands. Songs of Loss and Separation, insistent in its bluesiness, bleeds distortion and emotion, like a nerve, exposed.

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