GYRE's New Song "Weaving Blind" Threads Together Technical Heaviness And Earworm Riffs
After years of independent EP releases, Gyre is aiming for something bigger. The band will independently release their first full-length album Shared Visions on June 15, which features ten tracks mixed and mastered by Kevin Antressian (The Dillinger Escape Plan). We're unleashing the band's new song "Weaving Blind" into the wild today, where it'll presumably kill for fun.
Here's what the band had to say about the track.
"Weaving Blind" is a warning against a human tendency that forget to appreciate the things we do have. It's about looking at the world as our home and treating it with respect and love with open eyes to the beauty, joy and life it brings. Often times, only when something is lost do we realize its significance. Many weave blindly through life numb to the gifts nature continuously provides.
The best way I can describe the track is I'd imagine it's what you get if Mastodon and Mutoid Man had a kid that was also raised by Baroness and occasionally Gojira.
Check out "Weaving Blind" below and pre-order here.