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Discrepancies “Rock the Show” with Party Ready New Video

St. Louis Nü-Metal quintet Discrepancies has released the Official Music Video for their single “Rock the Show,” off of their 2016 released The Awakening.

“Our feelings about our album, The Awakening, is that it tackles everything from depression to social-political issues while also shining a light on the darker side of relationships such as heartbreak and betrayal. But with ‘Rock The Show,’ we wanted to give our audience a chance to step back from their problems by reminding them to enjoy life, if only for these four minutes. “Rock The Show” is a combination of rock and hip hop with vocals that offer a new twist on the iconic Beastie Boys / House of Pain style of delivery. We just wanted to make it fun.” – Discrepancies

Stream / Download The Awakening Online:
iTunes | GooglePlay | bandcamp | Spotify

Comprised of Garrett Weakley (Bass), Addison Bracher (Guitar/vocals), Steve Declue (Drums), and Antonio Metcalf (Vocals) have formed an undeniably powerful sound. The 4 blend together many genres to create an innovative soundscape that is guaranteed to grab your interest.

Their Release of their Debut Album, The Awakening, was met with a lot of love and success. The first single “Raising The Bar” hit 30,000 views in less than 2 days, and continued to rise afterwards. The second single “Art Of War” had a strong release and the video for it was featured on Alternative PressMetal Injection, and more! “Art of War” is currently on a radio cycle and so far is being played nationally in the US.

Together, the four want to connect with people on a deep level and allow for people to be inspired to form their own opinions free from judgement. Together, the four are Discrepancies.

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