Chicago beatdown band Drowning has released a new music video for the song “Dead End,” which showcases the group’s chaotic live show. “It’s a good representation of the aggressive culture surrounding the music we play and really shows a lot of what we’re about,” says vocalist Bryan Grantz “Being able to escape from the troubles of everyday life through music is something that anyone can relate to. Everyone needs their time and outlet to let it all out. The video can be seen below.
Joining them on the new track is Matt Honeycutt of the Artery Recordings band Kublai Khan. “We love our friends and its always a privilege collaborating with them,” says Gantz. “Working with Matt on this track was an amazing experience. He is one of metal’s most elite and modest individuals, and it was our pleasure to have him on the album.”
“Dead End” comes from the band’s debut full-length Egotrip, which will be out on 2/26 via Fast Break! Records. The album features additional guest vocalists such as John Hoffman (Weekend Nachos), Rob Watson (Lionheart), MoeCyrus and Baer Coon the Ewokk.
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