Enlarge The tour will include support from Varials, UnityTX, and Kingsmen.

Volumes Release New Song + Video, Announce Tour Dates

  • Axl Rosenberg

Volumes have released a new song and video, “Get Enough.”

It’s considerably less heavy than recent Volume songs like “Weighted” and “Pixelate” — the entire chorus is cleanly sung — but it’s still pretty goddamn heavy. Basically, if like f you like metalcore/djent/NWOAHM/whatever you wanna call it, you will like this song. If you don’t, you won’t. That’s as simple as I can make it for ya.

As for the Sasha Lebedeva-directed video, it’s pretty interesting. I’m not quite sure what it means, exactly, but I was certainly intrigued by its loose narrative and its twist ending.

Says the band of the track:

“‘Get Enough’ is about the point in someone’s life where everything eventually is for personal gain. Things can get very isolating and lonely when someone is knowingly going out of their way to use and deceive something or someone for self-benefit. The song is essentially having that conversation with yourself — a nice hard look in the mirror. In general, we feel like now more than ever with as instantly gratifying as life can be, it’s more important to always look at the bigger picture and take a breather. This song speaks to that narrative.

“This song is a step out of the realm Volumes has existed in for a long time. It’s showcasing another side of the band that has been percolating for quite some time. Introducing a new sonic direction was something crucial on our minds for this album and we couldn’t be more excited with the outcome. We are looking forward to playing this one live.”

Check out “Get Enough” via the video below.

Additionally, the band has announced a fall headline tour. Support will come from Varials, UnityTX, and Kingsmen. Here are the dates:

10/19 — Mesa, AZ — Nile Basement [tickets]
10/20 — Albuquerque, NM — Launchpad [tickets]
10/22 — Dallas, TX — Club Dada [tickets]
10/23 — Houston, TX — White Oak Music Hall [tickets]
10/24 — Austin, TX — Come And Take It Live [tickets]
10/26 — Birmingham, AL — Zydeco [tickets]
10/27 — Jacksonville, FL — 1904 Music Hall [tickets]
10/28 — Jacksonville, NC — Hooligans Music Hall [tickets]
10/29 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club [tickets]
10/30 — Poughkeepsie, NY — The Chance [tickets]
10/31 — Reading, PA — Reverb [tickets]
11/2 — Kent, OH — The Outpost Concert Club [tickets]
11/3 — Fort Wayne, IN — Pieres Entertainment Center [tickets]
11/4 — Louisville, KY — Diamond Pub Music Hall [tickets]
11/5 — Memphis, TN — Growlers [tickets]
11/6 — Nashville, TN — The End [tickets]
11/7 — St.  Louis, MO — Red Flag [tickets]
11/9 — Milwaukee, WI — Miramar Theater [tickets]
11/10 — Minneapolis, MN — Cabooze [tickets]
11/11 — Des Moines, IA — xBx Live [tickets]
11/12 — Omaha, NE — Reverb Lounge [tickets]
11/13 — Kansas City, MO — The Riot Room [tickets]
11/14 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street – OKC [tickets]
11/16 —  Colorado Springs, CO — Black Sheep [tickets]
11/17 —  Grand Junction, CO — Mesa Theater [tickets]
11/19 — Santa Cruz, CA — Atrium At The Catalyst [tickets]
11/20 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction [tickets]

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