Motionless in White are coming up on the release of Graveyard Shift, their fourth full length album. While fans wait in anticipation, they can get another taste of what the gothic metalcore outfit has cooked up with the music video for "Loud (F--k It)."

Some lightly distorted, loose guitar strumming opens up the song, set to an electronic beat as Chris Motionless reaches into his lower register, delivering the refrain with a gritty, deep croon. The stop-start rhythm comes in along with the rest of the band for an explosive moment as the singer unleashes some aggression about getting loud and rude "so the world can hear you."

The music video is shot in black and white where the band rocks out an empty skate park, save for one lone skater who glides through the air off ramps and grinds on rails setup around the group. At one point, we even get a shot of the skater riding a flaming board as he slides on another rail.

Graveyard Shift will be out May 5 through Roadrunner and pre-orders can be placed digitally here. For more information, head to the band's website.

Motionless in White will hit the road starting April 7, providing direct support for In This Moment. Rounding out the bill are Avatar and Gemini Syndrome, and a list of stops can be found at our 2017 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

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