Motionless in White are inching closer to the May 5 street date for their Graveyard Shift album and we've got some more music and info to whet your appetite. The band just released a new song called "Rats" that you can hear in the player above.

As you can hear, it starts off with synths before the full on darkness and aggression of the guitars and drums kick in. Singer Chris Motionless provides a haunting delivery in the verses before the chorus becomes more forceful. It's a sludgy, hard rocking gem coming on the heels of their current single "Loud (F--k It)."

As stated, the song will appear on the Graveyard Shift album, which is currently available for pre-order at this location. The track listing for the album as well as the artwork has been revealed as well. You may remember that the band launched an artwork competition and it ended up being Crystal Johnson who submitted the winning artwork for the new disc. Johnson also created other elements in the album package and her selected cover art can be seen below.

Motionless in White are currently on tour with In This Moment as part of the "Half God Half Devil" tour. The band has been confirmed as lead support for the second tour leg this summer, which begins June 28 in St. Louis and continues through early August. See all of Motionless in White's tour dates below.

Motionless in White Graveyard Shift Cover Art

Roadrunner Records
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Motionless in White, Graveyard Shift Track Listing

1. Rats
2. Queen for Queen
3. Necessary Evil (Feat. Jonathan Davis)
4. Soft
5. Untouchable
6. Not My Type: Dead as F--k 2
7. The Ladder
8. Voices
9. LOUD (F--k It)
10. 570
11. Hourglass
12. Eternally Yours

Motionless in White 2017 Tour Dates

5/2 -- Birmingham, Ala. -- Iron City
5/3 -- Cincinnati, Ohio -- Bogart’s
5/5 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- War Memorial Auditorium
5/6 -- Concord, N.C. -- Carolina Rebellion
5/14 -- Somerset, Wis. -- Northern Invasion
5/19 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Rock on the Range
6/28 -- St. Louis, Mo. -- The Pageant
7/1 -- North Myrtle Beach, S.C. -- House Of Blues
7/2 -- Norfolk, Va. -- The Norva
7/5 -- Portland, Maine -- State Theatre
7/7 -- Asbury Park, N.J. -- Asbury Park Convention Hall
7/11 -- Rockford, Ill. -- Coronado Performing Arts Center
7/12 -- Cedar Rapids, Iowa -- McGrath Amphitheater
7/15 -- Inwood, W.V. -- Shiley Acres
7/21 -- Corpus Christi, Texas -- Concrete Street Amphitheatre
7/22 -- Dallas, Texas -- South Side Ballroom
7/23 -- Midland, Texas -- La Hacienda Event Center
7/25 -- Wichita, Kan. -- The Cotillion
7/26 -- Des Moines, Iowa -- 7 Flags Event Center
7/28 -- Madison, Wis. -- Orpheum Theater
7/29 -- Rochester, Minn. -- Mayo Civic Auditorium
7/30 -- Fargo, N.D. -- Fargo Civic Auditorium
8/1 -- Bismarck, N.D. -- Bismarck Event Center
8/3 -- Billings, Mont. -- Shrine Auditorium
8/4 -- Sturgis, S.D. -- Ironhorse Saloon
8/5 -- Lincoln, Neb. -- Centennial Mall & M Street

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