FIRE FROM THE GODS Reveal Visualizer Video For “Double-Edged Sword” Featuring JAYDEN PANESSO Of SYLAR

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“We live in a world of illusion these days. The world at times doesn’t even seem real. If you don’t want to play the game everyone looks at you like you’re crazy,” says alt-metal group Fire From The Gods vocalist AJ Channer.

Fire From The Gods‘s thought-provoking track “Double-Edged Sword” tackles modern-day society’s self-righteousness and insincere leanings. The Austin, TX-based band has collaborated with vocalist Jayden Panesso of NYC metalcore outfit Sylar to add further vigor to “Double-Edged Sword” and have shared a lyric video for the collaborative track which is included on their forthcoming digital deluxe version of 2022’s “Soul Revolution,” “Soul Revolution Deluxe – The Collabs”. Stream the track below.

“We are viewing our world through a very narrow scope,” says Channer. “We are out of touch with reality or what real life looks like. Some don’t understand it nor want any part of it. When you don’t want to join the proverbial party you get treated like a pariah. Then everyone comes up with a cheeky buzzword to describe you which causes further division. Double-edged sword.”

Due May 31 via Better Noise Music“Soul Revolution Deluxe – The Collabs” version will include five new tracks: a cover of Rage Against The Machine’s “Guerilla Radio” and four refreshed fan-favorite tracks with featured guests including Nate VickersCorey Glover (Living Colour), Yung Mo$h, and the above-mentioned Jayden Panesso (Sylar). 

“Soul Revolution”’s songs explored themes of self-realization and discovery amidst personal revolution, motherhood, and resilience. It was co-produced by Erik Ron (Godsmack, Motionless In White, Panic! At The Disco) and Fire From The Gods drummer Richard Wicander

Pre-orders for  “Soul Revolution Deluxe – The Collabs” can be found on all digital platforms HERE.

Fire From The Gods have relentlessly toured the nation with acts such as Sevendust, Of Mice & Men, Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth, and Norma Jean, as well as appearing on festival stages including Vans Warped Tour, Rock On The Range, and Shiprocked. Catch them live this month at Welcome To Rockville (5/11) and Sonic Temple (5/16).


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