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Stick to Your Guns Unleashes “What Choice Did You Give Us?” Video

Melodic-hardcore giants Stick To Your Guns have revealed a politically/socially charged new video for their song, “What Choice Did You Give Us?” today. The song is taken from their upcoming record, Disobedient, which is due out on February 10th via Sumerian Records. Pre-order the album now in a variety of bundles at www.sumerianmerch.com.
“With a system that seems to act without a conscience, where nobody seems to be held accountable for their actions, we ask: what choice have you given any of us?,” says singer Jesse Barnett. “For the families of Eric Garner, Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and any other family suffering losses at the hands of injustice; we will stand beside you until we see things change. We encourage you all to find local protests and demonstrations in your area and stand with those looking to change this world for the better.”
Stick To Your Guns hold nothing back on their highly anticipated, fifth studio album, Disobedient. The record features 11 riotous tracks like “What Choice Did You Give Us?” and “Nobody” that that rail against social and political injustices with a heavy-handed dose of powerful hardcore. The record was produced by John Feldmann (The Used, We Came As Romans, Black Veil Brides) and includes guest performances from H2O frontman Toby Morse (on “RMA (Revolutionary Mental Attitude)”), Rotting Out vocalist Walter Delgado (on “Nothing You Can Do to Me”) and Terror vocalist Scott Vogel (on “I Choose No One”).
The band will be taking their message on the road in a few days for a string of holiday shows called “Keeping Warm In A Cold World IV” followed by a headlining North American “Disobedient Tour” with The Amity Affliction, Being As An Ocean, ‘68 and In Hearts Wake in February.

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