Louisville, Kentucky's Greyhaven — who are out on the road with like-minded forbearers Norma Jean — have dropped yet another punishing single off their upcoming second full-length, Empty Black. Check out the song, "Ten Dogs — Red Heaven," and its accompanying grim music video above.
Evoking Every Time I Die's mix of chaotic metalcore and swaggering Southern rock, "Ten Dogs — Red Heaven" is melodic and insane and absolutely crushes. Vocalist Brent Mills says cryptically of the song, "Welcome to the celebration of imperialistic death, collateral damage is the name of the game. Sons and daughters and newly made martyrs are all in attendance. This is the festival of Ten Dogs. This is Red Heaven."
The 10-track Empty Black — which was produced by Will Putney (Knocked Loose, Body Count, Fit for a King) — is set for release on March 16th via Graphic Nature/Equal Vision Records and is available for pre-order here.