Connecticut metalcore act Currents will release its new album “The Death We Seek” on May 5, 2023, via SharpTone Records. Pre-order it here.
The band also has shared the video for “Remember Me,” which can be seen below.
“‘Remember Me’ is a statement to our growing divide between one another,” vocalist Brian Wille said. “The dark side to technology’s double-edged-sword is access to a font of information and public discourse, curated to engagement, and skewed to individual interest and worldview. The further we go in, the further we’re separated from the middle ground and impartial truths. Over the course of the Internet’s existence and the rise of social media empires, we’re beginning to fracture our relationships with one another over anything we can fight about, even going as far as to relish in the chaos and division. You can see the exact same event and come out with instant, infinite perspectives across the ideological spectrum; painted on a mass public forum accessible to billions of people. Driven further by algorithms and advertising, poison can spread quickly and have lasting outcomes on how we see eachother and the world around us.”
“While disagreement and debate are not new, nor the real enemy here,” he said, “we’ve all felt a particular strain to our closest ties over the last three years. This song is the release of that frustration and loss, and a call to find what brings us together and work through what set us apart. Whether it’s a personal issue or an ideological impasse, we can all do better to practice empathy, understanding, and trust in those around us; that’s the only way we can collectively see through what’s real, and what’s interest-driven spectacle.”
In addition, the band has shared the news that guitarist Ryan Castaldi is battling lymphoma. A GoFundMe has been set up here and details his prognosis.
Currents are on the road now with Parkway Drive and Memphis May Fire. All dates are below.
“The Death We Seek” track listing:
“The Death We Seek“
“Living in Tragedy”
“Over and Over”
“Beyond This Road”
“Guide Us Home”
Currents tour dates:
with Parkway Drive and Memphis May Fire
2/1 — Phoenix, AZ — Marquee
2/3 — San Antonio, TX — Tech Port Center
2/4 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
2/5 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
2/7 — St Louis, MO — The Pageant
2/8 — Newport, KY — MegaCorp Pavilion
2/10 — Huntington, NY — The Paramount
2/11 — Sayreville, NJ — Starland Ballroom
2/13 — Columbus, OH — KEMBA Live!
2/14 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works
2/15 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore
2/16 — Myrtle Beach, SC — House of Blues
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