Volumes Surprise Release New EP “Coming Clean” (Updated)


Update: April 24th, 2019 09:32 AM:

The band’s bassist Raad Soudani has since commented of the release:

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“Some of us have struggled with depression or drug issues. We’ve battled those demons personally and together and found a nice stability and substance. At the same time, we’re coming clean with ourselves. We’re men now. Life is more precious. The music reflects this honest idea of opening up.”

Regarding the opening track “No Love“, which features a guest appearance from Attila‘s Chris Fronzak, he offered:

“It speaks on the idea of how we’ve come from the bottom and the dirt, but we’ve been here a long time, so you’re going to have to show some respect. We know where we stand. We’re asserting our identity. We’ve found ourselves and know what we’re doing.”

He later added of the EP as a whole:

“‘Coming Clean‘ is an emotional moment for us. I hope you feel something when you hear it and gain some perspective. This is Volumes. ‘Coming Clean‘ hints at where we’re headed in the future.”

A bitter feud back in 2017 with the band’s ex-vocalist Michael Barr saw Volumes vocalist Gus Farias‘ struggles with heroin addiction come to light. He eventually sought treatment for those issues later that year.

Original Story:

Volumes surprised released a new EP titled “Coming Clean” tonight. The six-track outing features a cameo from Attila frontman Chris Fronzak on the opening track, “No Love“. Other sonts featured include: “hello goodbye“, “ALIVE“, “Revenant“, “Until The End” and the title track. You can stream the effort below:

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