Insolvency Release New Track ‘The Endless Maze’ Feat. Ryan Kirby

Insolvency releases their blistering new single ‘The Endless Maze’ which features Fit For A King vocalist, Ryan Kirby. The new track is taken from their sophomore album ‘Illusional Gates’, set for release on 18th February 2022. Pre-orders and limited edition bundles are available HERE.

“The Endless Maze was written about being in a state of depression. Feeling locked inside our own minds, with dark thoughts, going crazy, not knowing how to fix it,” remarks vocalist Valentin Gondouin. It’s an important song for us, and that’s why we thought it would be great to have an artist we love featuring in it. We managed to send a demo with our lyrics to Ryan Kirby by email, and he thought it would be cool to get involved.”

Kirby added an extra twist by recording his vocal tracks for the band while live on his Twitchchannel. “His voice, texture and emotion fit exactly to what we were looking for…”  Gondouin adds “It’s awesome for us to have him on the track. The screams and growls deliver all the melancholy and rage we were looking for. Ryan was very involved in getting this done. We thank him so much for this cool collaboration!”

Check out ‘The Endless Maze (Feat Ryan Kirby (Fit For A King)’ below.

Hollow Front Team Up With Fit For A King’s Ryan Kirby

Rapidly rising US metalcore outfit and UNFD’s latest signings Hollow Front have revealed a new cut of their track ‘Falling Apart’ today, featuring Fit For A King’s Ryan Kirby.

The release comes as UNFD release a special re-issue of Hollow Front’s acclaimed debut album Loose Threads on vinyl for the first time. Featuring the full album, alongside ‘Falling Apart’, and recent new cuts ‘Wearing Thin’ & ‘Loose Threads (Reimagined)’.

Hollow Front vocalist Tyler Tate shares just how bleak and hopeless ‘Falling Apart’ is:

“It’s an extremely dark song about my views of the world we live in today. From where I’ve been standing, especially during/after 2020, it’s become impossible to see the light at the end of the tunnel when you’re constantly surrounded by the negativity our world has been seemingly plagued with,” he says.

“In reference to the title, I think the fabric of humanity is falling apart, ravaged by greed, disease, and an utter lack of empathy for our fellow man. We’re a complicated species, with all the capabilities to create a peaceful and harmonious world, but instead we use our powers to destroy and divide… and while my views of the world may be morose, I don’t have much “faith” in humanity doing the right thing. While I truly hope it happens, I won’t be holding my breath.”

On teaming up with FFAK vocalist and Hollow Front management Ryan Kirby, Tate shares how the moment feels full circle: 

“We’ve been working together for over two years now and without Ryan, we definitely wouldn’t be where we are today. Having him hop on ‘Falling Apart’ to guest feature for this re-release of the song was a real treat for us. Everyone in the band has been huge fans of FFAK, and a lot of HF’s original sound came from being inspired by Kirby and his band’s work. It feels like it’s come full circle in a way and we couldn’t be more proud to have someone like Ryan in our corner.”

The arrival of Hollow Front’s debut LP Loose Threads in June 2020 saw the Michigan locals declared an immediate must-watch. After clocking over 1 Million streams in its first week and 5 Million+ in a matter of months, Hollow Front found themselves on the tip of a global breakout and soon signed to UNFD.

The band join a huge crop of North American talent on the label’s roster, with recent additions including ERRAFrank IeroSilverstein and Like Moths To Flames, on top of the likes of Stray From The PathSilent Planet and LIMBS.

Limited copies of the extended re-issue of Loose Threads are available now through UNFD.

New Tracks Roundup 05/06/20

Hello everyone and welcome back! It’s time for another week of the best new tracks that have recently been released, all in good order of epicness. I do apologise this is coming a few hours late in the day, there’s been a few things I’ve been pre-occupied with this week. There’s also going to be no Music Video Roundup post this week just as a change. Don’t forget, this post covers a range of genres so there’s a little something for everyone!

The first band up this week are the infectious Chapel.

This track follows on from their track ‘Friends’ from last year and this one, ‘Mushy Gushy’ is an ode to the feeling in your stomach when you look at someone you love.

We’re heading off to Poland for the masters of metal Bohemoth. This is off their brand new EP ‘A Forest’ which dropped today via Nuclear Blast Records.

On the track, ‘Evoe’, Nergal (Guitar / Vocals) has said:

“‘Evoe’ and ‘Shadows Ov Ea Cast Upon Golgotha’ are two brand-new, unheard songs that continue on from where ‘I Loved You At Your Darkest’ left off. We’re fortunate enough to have had more than enough music for the record which afforded us this transitional EP release as we move towards our new offerings. These songs may be b-sides but they’re really strong and fresh! At the very least, we hope it gives you Legions something to distract yourself from the monotony of our collective situation. Enjoy!”

To the states for the next choice in this weeks New Tracks post! Keeping things heavy for the metalcore outfit Attila who have a new single out in the form of their latest single, ‘Cancelled’.

This is the first material since the release of last years’ ‘Villain’.

How about some newcomers to the scene? We have the glorious Forlorn who’ve recently inked a deal with Silent Cut. This is the debut release as part of the label and the first tracks since they introduced themselves to everyone in the world.

Now we’re at the final track of the week!

This is a team up of two massive bands where each of the bands haev released a version of one of their tracks with the other band’s vocalists delivering the lyrics. The two bands in question for this are We Came As Romans and Fit For A King.

This means we have Ryan Kirby on vocals for this one!

And that’s it for another week of a countdown of the best singles out in the world in the last week. Be sure to check back next week for another round of great singles. If you have any suggestions for me to check out, be sure to send an email or message us via the socials on Facebook or Twitter!