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Gears Exclusively Releases "End This" Lyric Video

Today we've got a hard rocking new video premiere we're stoked to release to the masses, taken off the latest Gears EP "Pride Comes Before The Fall."

Check out the topical and very timely "End This" lyric / music video below. If you like what you hear, the EP is available via iTunes here.

Jimmy Wooten of Gears also had this to say about the tune:

"People have strong opinions and beliefs regarding violence in our streets, more specifically concentrated around police brutality. 'End This' lyrically, is a look into both sides of it, the police that we put our trust in to make difficult decisions in a split second and the victims of the brutality, who could be on either side. In the middle, we have the media. Depending on which media source you're getting your news from, will decide which political agenda you're being fed. We need to stop letting the media influence us to perpetuate the war of any racial or political agenda. Simply put, we need to END THIS."

The Miami heavy outfit was founded in early 2014 and following the release of "Set in Motion," Gears immediately launched into a first headline run with support from I-Exist. Just three days into the tour, the band's equipment trailer disconnected, resulting in a massive, horrific accident. In spite of this tremendous blow, the group endured and continued the tour without missing a beat.

In June 2015, Gears began work on new EP "Pride Comes Before the Fall" and hit the road for the Riser Tour, once again with I-Exist. You can follow the latest Gears news and live show info at Facebook here.

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