AL1CE Premiere New Single “For Dead”

AL1CE Premiere New Single “For Dead”

Sometimes we all need a little escapism..especially when the world around us seems to be crumbling down. Fortunately within the darkness we can find light and that is exactly what AL1CE hope to provide with their brand new single “For Dead.” Check out the exclusive premiere on Cryptic Rock below:

A song that draws inspiration from feeling as if you have been passed over or simply neglected, it marks the first single from the band’s forthcoming album, As Above, So Below, due out later in 2020. Based out of Los Angeles, CA, AL1CE are multimedia performing arts group who are no stranger to the Electronic Rock scene; composed of former members of the Industrial Rock band Mankind is Obsolete.

Speaking of Mankind is Obsolete, the new single very much draws exactly from that pot of tricks, with Tash Cox stating, “‘For Dead’ is a darker, heavier-edged song that draws from our roots in Mankind is Obsolete. From the experiences of having been victims in different ways, the song is meant to send the energy of empowerment so that those who have felt victimized can instead feel that they are not alone and that there are voices out there that express the rage that one feels from these kinds of experiences.

A powerful message/sound, adding to it all the artwork for the single was made by Designer/Frontwoman Brittany Bindrim of the Alt/Electro Rock band I:Scintilla. On top of that AL1CE are launching 1NSIDE/OUT, an ALL VIRTUAL tour to figure out a way to evolve as a predominately live performance group in these trying times of COVID-19. Yet that is not all, because they will also host a fundraiser each night of the tour that will transparently be split evenly between all participating artists/bands/djs/promoters/venues. It will all be donation based as anyone can watch for free!

So you see, even in the darkness of times, there is always light at the end of the tunnel, and this is exemplified by “For Dead” and AL1CE’s proactive approach.

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