Los Angeles-based goth-metallers VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere a brand new song, "I Can't Breathe". Check it out using the audio player below.
Earlier this year, VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! let fans know they would be taking a darker turn with their upcoming sophomore release, and the disc would be stripped of all Auto-Tune effects. "I Can't Breathe" is the first song to be released from the album and is the first preview of what fans can expect to hear.
"I Can't Breathe" audio stream (courtesy of Alternative Press):
VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE!'s new album is being produced by Mike Sarkisyan and Tommy Decker of SPINESHANK.
The band's full-length debut, "Kiss The Sun Goodbye", was released in May 2011 through Hollywood Waste/Century Media Records. The CD was recorded with producer Fred Archambault, who has previously worked with AVENGED SEVENFOLD and DEFTONES.
VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE lit the scene on fire with the release of the "Lost In The Shadows" EP. The band also completed tours across the nation with the likes of BLACK VEIL BRIDES, X JAPAN and ALESANA, among others.
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