Conducting From The Grave Streaming New Song "Path Of A Traitor"
The Sacramento, CA quintet Conducting From The Grave is set to release the new album "Revenants" on October 25th release. The band has partnered up with Bloody-Disgusting.com to debut the new track “Path of A Traitor,” which can be heard at this location.
Vocalist Jeffery Morgan stated: "The overlying theme of 'Path of A Traitor' deals with betrayals of friendship or trust through manipulating and taking advantage those who do not stop them from doing so, and in the end, the justice the betrayer deserves. The song starts out with a visualization of all of the misdeeds that have led to persecution and ends with the traitor being brought to justice, hence the line 'you fucking traitor, there shall be justice when you burn alive.' Overall, the lyrics are fairly generalized with some of Mikey's personal experience tied in. We've all been betrayed at some point and have desired vengeance and retribution. That is what this song is about.
"We are currently out on the 'Time To Bleed Tour' with Suicide Silence, My Children My Bride, Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza and Molotov Solution. So far the tour has been amazing. All of the people on the package are awesome and we're all having a lot of fun. Not only is Suicide Silence probably the biggest headliner we have gone out with but they are also probably the most down to earth band and and are very cool to us. On this tour we are playing a little bigger venues than we have previously been used to. Having bigger stages to run around on has helped our live show a bit too. The crowds have been very responsive to our new material. We're all counting down the days till October 25th. We can't wait to unleash Revenants on the music world."
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