Motionless in White just released Graveyard Shift, their fourth studio effort, on Friday (May 5) and they are keeping the buzz going with a new music video for one of the album's feature tracks, "Eternally Yours."

The track is among the band's most anthemic tracks, hinging on a watery melody that subsides in favor of a series of stunted chords that transition into a groove as the verse rolls on. Chris Motionless flips the switch from angst-ridden aggression empowering clean vocals as the band performs in a room with a dynamic vertical lighting display.

As "Eternally Yours" plays out, so do the song's themes as the frontman and a scantily-clad woman tenderly embrace and kiss. Quite the temptress, the woman snakes her way around an open casket and Motionless later joins her, closing the lid as they spoon inside.

"We are incredibly proud of this song, much like our previous single ‘570,’ we feel it embodies the heart and soul of Motionless In White. Demonstrating many aspects of the evolution of the band thus far, while standing firm on the foundation we have built with our preceding records. It is collectively one of our favorite tracks of the band's entire discography," said the group.

Graveyard Shift is out now through Roadrunner and orders can be placed at Amazon or digitally through iTunes. Motionless in White have already hit the road pretty heavily so far in 2017 and will keep the machine rolling with a direct support slot for In This Moment with Vimic and Little Miss Nasty rounding out the remainder of the bill. For more information and to see if the tour is stopping near you, head to our 2017 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

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