WATCH THE EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF THE NEW SINGLE AND MUSIC VIDEO FOR “TEAR ME DOWN” FROM VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE ONLY ON OUTBURN.COM
Vampires Everywhere’s new single “Tear Me Down” is now available via Dark Kingdom Records.
“I am excited to announce the new Vampires Everywhere single ‘Tear Me Down.’ This would be the first time in VE history that I ever tackled lyrics about myself. I tend to focus on my past relationships because it’s cathartic to release those demons on paper. However, this time around I couldn’t help myself. The song is about my struggles in the music industry. It’s about the torment I faced being different and the hardships associated with resurrecting myself three different times. If anything, it’s a positive song because I’m still here talking about it,” says Michael Vampire.
“I wrote this track with my guitar player Craig Pirtle. We wanted to focus on combining both elements of goth, metalcore, and pop punk. We always make a conscious effort to keep our songs sounding current and fresh. It’s easy to get lost in nostalgia. It’s hard to write something old that you grew up on and attempt to wipe the dust off of it. I feel we definitely achieved what we set out to do. Big thank you to Nick Sampson for the amazing mix/master.
“The music video was shot in downtown Los Angeles. I wanted to involve the whole band in the storyline without saturating the video with the underlying plot. The story is about a coven of vampires. The vampire witch (Ariel Peake) is negatively influencing the leaders of the coven. After I discover her treachery, I confront her and she turns to black magic to paralyze both of the coven leaders. Then taking over the coven. The whole plot is a metaphor for losing control.”
VE Tour Tickets
You can catch us on tour in the United Kingdom on “The Scene Is Alive” Tour
May 10 – Swansea At Bunkhouse
May 11 – Manchester At Satan’s Hollow
May 12 – Milton Keynes At Craufurd Arms
May 14 – London At The Dev
May 15 – Stoke At Underground
You can also catch us September 8th at Blue Ridge Rock Festival.