Premiering here, we’ve got the debut single from Dayton, Ohio group All Hallowed, a dance punk band made up of core members Ricky and Lacey Terrell. While putting together material for an upcoming, yet-to-be-announced release on Friend Club Records, the duo recruited drummer Aaron Gillespie of Underoath and The Almost to lay down drum tracks.
Discussing the track, entitled “Kill,” Lacey explains: “Ricky has copious amounts of lyrics that he's scribbled down over the years. I cherry picked some of my favorites and created a melody to match the bass line he's been noodling. Although, I feared there would be a lack of continuity, when paired correctly, they emerged as a powerful, albeit short, dance anthem."
Ricky, meanwhile, said this about the track’s concept: “The theme behind 'Kill' isn't terribly deliberate -- I prefer to let the listener create their own meaning and conviction from what we've created. Each song we write ends up with a subjective meaning or interpretation in my mind, but that same experience should be available to anyone who hears it. I prefer not to tell others what to infer from it.”
Check out the premiere of “Kill” below, and keep an eye out for more material from All Hallowed moving forward.
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