Lightworker Releases New Single ‘The Willing Martyr’


Lightworker have released another single from their forthcoming Solid State Records debut, “Fury By Failure“. See below for a stream of ‘The Willing Martyr’ and what the band themselves had to say about it:

“‘The Willing Martyr‘ is about breaking the cycle with anyone or anything that tries to keep you from realizing your full potential and having the guts to break free from the vicious cycle of exploitation and depravity. This and all of the songs on ‘Fury By Failure‘ touch on how you can find that fury inside yourself and choose to do something positive with it instead of giving into defeat.”

“When it comes to our misgivings, we have a choice. We either back down in the face of adversity and let it own us, or we can embrace the failure to move forward with a blistering passion to overcome and build upon the lessons learned. With these songs, we choose to explore the latter.”

June 12th has been slated as the release date for the band’s aforementioned new album “Fury By Failure“.

Track List:
1. Empyre (audio)
2. The Willing Martyr (feat. Daniel Gailey)
3. 10/18
4. See the World Like You
5. Words Dissolve (feat. Ryan Kirby)
6. Losing Ground (feat. Carley Coma)
7. Cholera (feat. Laura McElroy)
8. Remove the Earth
9. Beyond the Pale
10. Dissonance

Preorder “Fury By Failure”here

Lightworker is a metal band from San Francisco, CA. The group—comprised of Joe CalderonGrayson Hurd, Ryan Johnson, and Brad Green—formed from the remnants of former bands, finding creative unity together and a mutual passion for heavy music.

After releasing the EP ‘Resilience’, Lightworker began working on what would become their first full-length record, ‘Fury By Failure’. The album is raw yet refined, fusing together elements of metal and post-hardcore with a balance of melodic and aggressive tones. Their music is passionate and impactful, carrying a clear sense of purpose that far surpasses the stage. Their goal is to offer a quiet sense of hope in a blisteringly broken world, proving heavy music can carry a lightness all its own.

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