DEAD ICARUS (Featuring Ex-ATREYU Vocalist ALEX VARKATZAS) Release New EP, Including Cover Of PANTERA’s “Yesterday Don’t Mean S***”

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Dead Icarus, the new project of former Atreyu lead vocalist Alex Varkatzas, has shared a fourth single in the form of “Ad Infernum”. The song’s accompanying official music video, directed by Monte Legaspi, can be seen below.

“Everyone loves the romanticized cliche of ‘dying for what they believe in,” says Varkatzas. “But death is the end of all things. Sometimes living with the consequences of one’s actions can be more severe than death itself. Sometimes, simply persevering in the face of constant adversity is the victory. ‘Ad Infernum’ asks, ‘Are you ready to live through what you believe in?'”

Dead Icarus has also digitally released the “Ad Infernum” EP consisting of the four previously issued tracks and a cover of Pantera‘s “Yesterday Don’t Mean S**t”.

“Ad Infernum” EP track listing:

1. Sellout
2. The Vultures Circle
3. So I Set Myself on Fire
4. Ad Infernum
5. Yesterday Don’t Mean S**t (Pantera cover)

Varkatzas was the founding vocalist of metalcore giants Atreyu, who have sold over one million records across two decades of his tenure. An uncompromising, brutal, impassioned, confessional assault, Alex‘s new musical vehicle Dead Icarus introduces itself to the world with the “Ad Infernum” EP via MNRK Heavy.

Produced and co-written by Gabe Manfold of Enterprise Earth“Ad Infernum” sounds both fresh and familiar for the legions of metalheads who revere the unapologetic aggression of Pantera or the dynamic metalcore of Killswitch Engage.


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