Track By Tracks: THE OUTLIERS - Dissipating Eternity (2020)


1. Payback:

We are 100% against abuse. As positive as we try to be, there is no exception for putting your hands on a woman/man/child. Though this story in this song is told through the eyes of someone snapping and getting revenge on a man abusing a woman, we understand women abuse men, adults men and women abuse children. It's a very sad, pathetic way of life and we portray a very dark, very true feeling behind this topic and feel it's a perfect song to express our feelings on it.

2. Stay Strong:

We actually wrote this song for Brad's sister and niece. During our writing process, his (at the time-year-old) niece had gotten leukemia. It was a very dark time for Brad's family and we wanted to let him kind of "Let it out" on this song. It's a positive outlook, not in the situation itself, however asking his family as a whole to not give up the fight and to keep giving his niece the 1000% she needed to fight it off.

3. World On Fire:

As not so "metal" as it may seem, we wanted to speak up about the actual harm we as a species are doing to our planet and speak our voice in getting people to open their eyes and try to stop doing as much harm to this world we call home. We need to start evaluating what's going on around us and question if the next step we are about to take is a better step in a better direction. The song is short and sweet and we hope even if people don't necessarily agree with the topic, that they enjoy our expression in the music behind the words.

4. Cletus Kasady:

We feel the title of the song is self-explanatory to our comic book fans. To quickly sum it up for our not so comic book fans, it's a song that we wrote about a prisoner, a very bad evil person named Cletus Kasady. While in prison he comes in contact with a symbiote (outer space species) that merges with him creating supervillain Carnage or "Red Venom". Our intentions were to try and get featured on the upcoming movie featuring Carnage or if Carnage get's his own movie like Venom. So right now it's just a mean epic song with a very dark storyline. The story of Cletus Kasady.

5. Dissipating Eternity:

There is nothing behind this track. We just wanted an epic, eerie yet balls heavy intro to the album.

6. Payback:

We are 100% against abuse. As positive as we try to be, there is no exception for putting your hands on a woman/man/child. Though this story in this song is told through the eyes of someone snapping and getting revenge on a man abusing a woman, we understand women abuse men, adults men and women abuse children. It's a very sad, pathetic way of life and we portray a very dark, very true feeling behind this topic and feel it's a perfect song to express our feelings on it.

7. Carcass and VCTM:

Both of these tracks coincide with one another and pertain to the same dark situation that had taken place in our lives. Each one pertains to a relationship struggle and splits the story between 2 separate people involved. 2 different stories, same situation.

8. Stay Strong:

We actually wrote this song for Brad's sister and niece. During our writing process, his (at the time-year-old) niece had gotten leukemia. It was a very dark time for Brad's family and we wanted to let him kind of "Let it out" on this song. It's a positive outlook, not in the situation itself, however asking his family as a whole to not give up the fight and to keep giving his niece the 1000% she needed to fight it off.

9. World On Fire:

As not so "metal" as it may seem, we wanted to speak up about the actual harm we as a species are doing to our planet and speak our voice in getting people to open their eyes and try to stop doing as much harm to this world we call home. We need to start evaluating what's going on around us and question if the next step we are about to take is a better step in a better direction. The song is short and sweet and we hope even if people don't necessarily agree with the topic, that they enjoy our expression in the music behind the words.

10. In Pain I Go:

This song is about the struggle of a child tired begging for attention and doing anything in their power to receive the same attention and affection back.

11. Curse:

Is just another song about trying and trying to catch "your dream". No matter what it is you are reaching out to be successful in and you hit a dark point in which you just feel like giving up but all of a sudden that spark and hope come right back giving you the fire to keep fighting for it.

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