Bigger, bolder and overwhelmingly epic in scope, The Path leans harder on the “metal” side of their sound, while doubling down on the soaring choruses that propelled their fiercest fan-favourite anthems.
“In the past, we have dove into some pretty dark areas of life, with Dark Skies being the pinnacle of hopelessness,” shares front man Ryan Kirby on the forthcoming album. “With ‘The Path’ we find our way out, and claim victory over the demons we have faced and are currently facing. This album is made to be the soundtrack for your victory over what mentally, and physically holds us back.”
The first taste of The Path came earlier this year when the band released ‘Breaking The Mirror.’ The explosive and heavy-hitting single solidified their place as a band at the forefront of the rock world when it garnered close to two million streams in just over a month of release. The song isn’t so much about distancing oneself from a troubled past as it is about destroying it. Musically it encompasses all of what they do best: vicious roar, melodic might, and crushing mosh parts demonstrating why this is the band to Make Breakdowns Great Again.