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Visitor Releases Dynamic New Single “Feeding The Dark”

Fresh off the release of their new EP Greetings From Titan, Visitor returns with the gritty yet melodic single, “Feeding The Dark”. The Detroit, Michigan-based quartet combine elements of rock, metal, and grunge with a hint of Motown to form a vibe all their own.

According to a recent press release, when asked about the meaning behind the song, guitarist Steve Dombroski described how “Feeding The Dark” is “basically about how depression, self-doubt, and self-sabotaging sometimes plagues our minds and paralyzes our ability to move forward.”

He continues, “we can sometimes find ourselves in these patterns or circles of decision, or even indecision, that forces us into feeling trapped, regardless of what we do. But, it is also about the mindset of letting go as the chorus goes, “when the night cries, let the morning rise.

Visitor is Dombroski, with Randy Gray on vocals/lyrics, Dustin Buckley on bass with William Pierce on drums. “Feeding the Dark” was produced by Chuck Alkazian (Pop Evil, Soundgarden, Tantric) at the legendary Pearl River Studios where artists like Eminem and Filter have recorded.

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