Glorybots Drops A Cinematic and Driving Rock Single
The brand new single from Glorybots breaks through with an almost nostalgic late 90's and early 2000's pop rock style that brings together an edgy and powerful driving feel with an aesthetic that beckons cult classics and shines like a love letter to bands we grew up with.
"Servile" is packed with a style and attitude we can't soon forget as guitars add a full and lush feel to the song and drums really make the song full-bodied the entire time with percussion that creates an atmosphere all on its own half the time.
This single beckons bands like NIN, Placebo, Hum, Far, and even Deftones in a way.
It's that feeling that brings a classic and memorable track that has cinematic and anthemic impact and it all really comes from not only the influences but the heart involved.
These guys have a true love for their craft and that is perfectly clear with every passing second of this single.
It really has a way of harnessing something and pulling it out from within you. It can cause memories to pop into your head and it all feels great.
Now, "Servile" is part of a full album called Radiation that is set to be released in March so keep your eyes open and we have high hopes it will be more of this.