The Virginmarys may not be at the center of the rock universe just yet, but with their "Into Dust" video they're getting some practice. The band issued their hard-driving rock single late last year while they continued to work on a new album and now they've delivered a video for the song.

As you can see in the clip, the band performs in a dark room with what appears to be brightly lit marbles surrounding them. As the song evolves, the marbles at times orbit the group and other times gravitate toward the band, all giving the illusions of stars in the universe.

Frontman Ally Dickaty told Yahoo, who debuted the video, “The song 'Into Dust' showcases some of the urgency, anger, disillusionment, energy, and drive from the forthcoming new album. We felt a video would best convey those same things with a live performance, so we decided to again collaborate with Surdevan Creative for this project after previously working with them for our ‘Just a Ride’ video."

Though a full album has yet to be revealed, you can pick up the single via iTunes. And look for new music coming soon, as The Virginmarys will hit the road in the U.S. in March, opening dates for Shinedown. Their tour dates can be seen below.

Shinedown / The Virginmarys 2016 U.S. Tour

3/1 -- Portland, Ore. -- Roseland Theater
3/2 -- Seattle, Wash. -- Paramount Theater
3/4 -- Reno, Nev. -- Grand Sierra Ballroom
3/5 -- Santa Rosa, Calif. -- Wells Fargo Theater
3/6 -- Redding, Calif. -- Civic Auditorium
3/8 -- Modesto, Calif. -- Modesto Center Plaza
3/9 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- Mayan
3/13 -- Colorado Springs, Colo. -- City Auditorium
3/14 -- Casper, Wyo. -- Casper Events Center
3/16 -- Fargo, N.D. -- Civic Center Auditorium