The Wedding are gearing up to drop their new disc 'No Direction' on Sept. 25, and Loudwire has the exclusive premiere of the album track 'In the End.'

After undergoing a few lineup changes since their formation in 2008, the band has begun to hit their stride with the addition of former Letter Kills singer Matt Shelton. The frontman's raw and powerful vocals on 'In the End' are exactly what the song needs and the extra urgings of his bandmates midway through the song show just how much fun he's having behind the mic.

Shelton's vocals provide the perfect marriage for what the rest of the band is laying down on the track. Drummer Matt Jameson's rapid-fire beats push the song along, while bassist Cody Driggers and guitarists Trevor Sarver and Adam Thron keep the riffs flying at a highly accelerated level. Simply put, 'In the End' is a straight-up anthemic rocker.

Driggers tells Loudwire, "If you're not gonna listen to this song loud, don't listen to it at all. I hit 120mph on my Harley in the desert and thought, 'I'm gonna write a song that makes me feel like that.' We like loud, we like fast. Turn it up and put the pedal to the floor.”

The Wedding are currently touring in support of the 'No Direction' disc, with dates lined up through the end of the month. The album was produced by noted rock producer Jasen Rauch and features a guest appearance by Story of the Year's Dan Marsala on the track 'The Lesser Worth.' Pre-orders for the album are being taken here ahead of the Sept. 25 release date.

Listen to the Wedding's 'In the End' [Exclusive Premiere]