This “you saved my life”, “you’re my hero” and “you’re my voice” thing has become an unbearable burden and a downright eye roller. NO. I did not save your life. NO.. band X, Y or Z did not save your life. IF in fact you were on the brink of any self harming action… it was YOU who pulled yourself from the ledge. You saved your life, You are the hero. Why are people not willing to take credit for their own actions? Thats right… because thats what fans think bands want to hear. I’m not taking ANYTHING away from people who do self harm or have a hard time...
To my friends, family, and all the amazing Motionless In White fans, this is very hard to say, and I’m sure it will hit me harder soon, but I will no longer be in the band. This decision did not just all of sudden happen. After doing this since I was 17, the nonstop touring, and everything else that comes with the life of a musician, has finally caught up with me. It has affected me mentally and physically and it’s to a point where the best thing for the rest of the band and myself would be for me to call it quits. Please know that the band and I are on good terms, best of friends and I love them all very much. No matter...
In addition to his new solo album that came out last week, Michale Graves is also working on a horror-punk album titled Lost Skeleton Returns, which is due out June 14th. He's collaborating with Motionless In White frontman Chris Motionless for one of its songs, "Forbidden Planet." Watch a video of pair in the studio here.
Motionless In Whitewill release Infamous on November 13th via Fearless Records. The first single, "Devil's Night," will be released on September 25th; listen to a clip in the replies.
1. Black Damask (The Fog)
2. Devil's Night
4. Burned At Both Ends
5. The Divine Infection
6. Puppets 2 (The Rain) (Ft. Bjorn Speed Strid of Soilwork)
8. If It's Dead, We'll Kill It (Ft. Brandan Schieppati of Bleeding Through)
9. Synthetic Love