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ALBUM REVIEW : Motionless in White ‘Graveyard Shift’

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With summer around the corner, it has been the prime season for new music releases, including the newest album, entitled Graveyard Shift from Motionless In White, released on May 5, 2017 via Roadrunner Records.

The highly anticipated fourth album finds its self nestled between some of MIW’s best. The sound of Graveyard Shift is reminiscent of the band’s beginnings with Creatures,  with the inclusion of the modern and industrial beats aiding vocals, making this record the truest representation of the band to date. With MIW’s iconic dark imagery matched with Chris Motionless‘s vocals… this is an album that any MIW fan will enjoy and even those fans of Korn, Attila or even Of Mice and Men can jam to this one.

Some major tracks to check out would be “Necessary Evil”, which features Korn’s Jonathan Davis, “Rats”, “LOUD” and the insanely catchy “Queen for Queen” and “Eternally Yours” that have quickly become some of my favorites.

The album Graveyard Shift is officially available digitally via Itunes, Amazon or even a physical cd can be purchased through MIW website here.

Stream the album below or go out and purchase it this week and let us know what you think!

Make sure to check out MIW on tour and purchase tickets here for a date near your city!

 

 

 

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Kerry Uram

Staff Writer at Infectious Magazine
Cats, punk rock and coffee run my life. I like to fangirl about music and share my adventures with our readers! - Pittsburgh, PA -

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