Hear KITTIE's first new song in 13 years "Eyes Wide Open" | Revolver

Hear KITTIE's first new song in 13 years "Eyes Wide Open"

Lander sisters return with nasty Valentine's Day single

Kittie are back! The Canadian metal trailblazers played their first show in five years in fall 2022, then last year they debuted a new song, "Vultures," during their Sick New World set and saw their classic 2000 anthem "Spit" covered by Poppy.

Now, the Lander sisters and Co. have unleashed "Eyes Wide Open," Kittie's first new studio-recorded music since 2011's I've Failed You. Premiered earlier this week on SiriusXM, the single — which showcases their knack for catchy, biting, death-metal-inflected heaviness — went wide today, Valentine's Day, accompanied by a high-octane music video.

Watch and listen above.

Produced by Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Rush, Alice In Chains, Korn), "Eyes Wide Open" is Kittie's first release for their new label, Sumerian Records, and it could well be the first taste of a forthcoming full-length, though no official word has come yet.

"Our first new material in 13 years, 'Eyes Wide Open' is a vision quest for truth," vocalist-guitarist Morgan Lander commented of the single. "It is a torch lit in the darkness of ignorance to reveal one's true motives. 'Eyes Wide Open' is a lesson in trust, betrayal and ultimately the ability to see behind the curtain to reveal all. It was one of the first songs we wrote, coming together again after a long time away from creating, and I think you can really hear the fires reigniting in this track."