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Hear a heavy teaser for Volumes’ new media analyzing track “Pixelate”

Listen to a snippet of a heavy new track from Volumes.

May 9, 2020
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Volumes were set to hit the road providing support for the Vengeance tour with co-headliners Attila and Xavier Wulf and while the outing has been postponed, the band are offering up a teaser for some new music.

The band are teasing a new song called “Pixelate” discussing our media consumption as a society as part of Fearless Records‘ massive Fearless At Home livestream event.

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The band are dropping in on the livestream with a teaser for the new track from co-vocalist Michael Barr.

The singer reveals in the teaser what the song’s all about while also giving people his best wishes while they’re staying home.

“Hey guys what’s up it’s Michael from Volumes here with an exclusive preview of our new song ‘Pixelate’ that was inspired by the publications and applications we choose to use to get our news and to communicate with each other and being really cognizant of how much we do that, how much we ingest it and which platforms we use to do so. So, that’s the gist of the song. Hope you guys like it. Hope you guys are staying well, staying safe and staying home. Much love from Volumes. Peace.”

You can check out the teaser for the new track below. The band also caught up with each other during the livestream to discuss their last time touring together and some of the directions their new record is going in.

Barr rejoined the band at the beginning of this year marking the occasion with their first song with him back in five years, “holywater.”

They addressed the various member changes they experienced in a lengthy statement which you can see below while checking out the track. The band are expecting to put out their fourth full-length record and second with Fearless Records at some point in the future.

What do you think of the new Volumes song? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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Written by Joe Smith-Engelhardt