CURRENTS: new single MONSTERS on toxic relationships, sophomore record THE WAY IT ENDS out June 5th.

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CURRENTS: new single MONSTERS on toxic relationships, sophomore record THE WAY IT ENDS out June 5th.

 

 

 

After sensational debut record The Place I Feel Safest dating back to 2017 and 2018’s I Let The Devil In EP, Connecticut’s metalcore bruisers CURRENTS are set to release their sophomore effort THE WAY IT ENDS on June 5th, 2020 via SharpTone Records. Currents have shared the details of their upcoming full-length in April and new single A Flag To Wave, as a third release after forerunners Poverty Of Self and Second Skin. Turning their gaze inwards, in this episode Currents discussed the search for identity and purpose.

 

 

 

 

Just a couple of weeks away until the release of the record, on May 22nd, 2020 the band unleashed a sparkling new bombshell of a track titled MONSTERS, and this time the lyrics take inspiration from toxic relationships and mistakes as stepping stones to a more successful future. Monsters is a fierce single, with Currents at their best firing on all cylinders. Bold heaviness is tinged by an elegant melancholy. This is showcased via some subtle and somber melodic lines, anchored by a circular guitar riff which proves to be quite unforgettable. Intensity and heaviness lead to a captivating chorus. In this episode, vocalist Brian Wille dominates the vast array of his vocal range, from sparkling cleans to cavernous growls.

 

 

 

 

Currents are slowly taking over the scene as one of the best breakout metalcore bands around and continuing to crank out banger after banger, the band is giving another taste on the record, which may well position itself as a contender for metalcore AOTY.

 

Frontman Brian Wille opened up about the lyrical inspiration of the song:

 

“‘Monsters’ is about taking responsibility for the toxic relationships in your life and using past failures as fuel for the future. The track features some different sounds for the band and I’m stoked on the riffs [guitarist] Chris [Wiseman] put together on this one. We hope you enjoy it!”.

 

Watch Currents  – Monsters (Official Visualizer) off upcoming record The Way It Ends:

 

 

 

Currents  – Monsters Lyrics:

 

We’re stuck in the same old standstill again

Sick of waiting for you to feel it

Always waiting for the next breakdown to begin

Scared of getting too complicated

What a shame

Hiding in your shell again

Bitter, fucked out of better days

And missed opportunities

I don’t wanna hear that the times are changing

I’m the same as I’ve always been

Why can’t you see

Are you even listening to me?

I am not the one to blame for the monsters we’ve become

Get in or get out

I don’t care, but don’t waste my time

Stand by my side or you can move on with your life

Burnt out

Enslaved I’m left carry a weight that has me

Worn down

In doubt I’m left to drown with no oxygen

Burnt out

Drain me until there’s nothing left to bleed

Burdened by the chains and too exhausted to run away

I gave you everything

You spit it back in my face

It never meant anything

Left me to swallow the pain

So much for the dream

What a shame

Hiding in your shell again

Bitter, fucked out of better days

Missed opportunities

I don’t wanna hear that the times are changing

I’m the same as I’ve always been

Why can’t you see

Are you even listening to me?

I am not the blame for the monsters we’ve become

Get in or get out

I don’t care, but don’t waste my time

Stand by my side or you can move on with your life

You took what you could just to throw me away

I gave you everything

So much for the dream

I gave you everything

 

Currents – The Way It Ends tracklisting:

 

1. Never There

2. A Flag to Wave

3. Poverty of Self

4. Monsters

5. Kill the Ache

6. Let Me Leave

7. Origin

8. Split

9. Second Skin

10. How I Fall Apart

11. Better Days

 

 

 

 

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