In anticipation of the November 11th release of their Life In Two EP, the up-and-coming Oshkosh, OH metalcore outfit Meet Me At The Gates have recently put out a comprehensive new music video for the title track, "Life In Two."
Check it out below!
According to guitarist Jason LeBouton, this music video is more than just a simple scheduled roll-out for promotional purposes. "The song/video is the outline for the entire EP. The concept, feel, sound, everything," explains LeBouton. He continues, "The idea behind [the EP] is that good and evil are always on your shoulder throughout everything you experience in your life, and how you perceive your situation depends on which side you let through." In a genre that seemingly regurgitates subject matter, it is refreshing to see a group focused on bringing relatable content to the masses.
Life In Two Track List:
3. Dead Horizon
5. Life In Two
This has in no small terms been long-awaited, considering the band's first single, "Reborn", which is featured on the upcoming EP, was released about 2 years ago. In that time, the band has cultivated a respectable following and played many a show. In some ways, it feels as though the band waited until they felt they'd reached a certain level of recognition before releasing this self-produced EP, whose cover art has been made by none other than the metal art legend himself, Dan Mumford, who has done art for the likes of Parkway Drive, A Day To Remember, and The Devil Wears Prada, amongst others.
Be sure to follow these guys on their various social media to stay updated on the release of the EP and any predictable touring schedules that may be released in its wake. Keep an eye on these guys, because they're making meaningful metalcore again! So don't miss out, stay tuned!