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FELICITY Gets Into Nu-Metal With New Single “Kill ‘Em All”

[Photo by Niles Gergory]

FELICITY dabbles in nu-metal on their new single “Kill ‘Em All,” featuring rap-rockers Discrepancies, and released via Zodhiac Records. The song calls out hypocrisy and deception, which is highlighted in the bridge, “You need to drag us all down/Just to feel worth/But no one ever needed you/the truth hurts.”

Opening with distorted vocals and a TV static-esque sound, the track goes straight into heavy rock riffs accompanied by a rap verse. The song runs under three minutes but captures a gritty and raw essence. Stitching together these sounds along with synths to slow it down, before revving up into an explosive breakdown, it has a little bit of something, musically, for any alternative-rock fan.

The Orlando trash rockers know their varying musical styles wouldn’t make breaking into the scene easy. Guitarist Cory Nicholas says, “We can’t seem to find a genre to stick with. If we’ve learned anything with every release this year, especially this song, we won’t have to choose a side anytime soon.” Fans might’ve first heard of FELICITY this summer with their viral hit, “Emo Trash.” The track solidified the act’s ability to maneuver their musical style in a diverse alt-rock scene. From emo, hard rock, and nu-metal, they stand out with a rebellious energy to not stick to the status quo of a one-genre lane. 

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While the year is winding down on tours, the band will perform next month at The Emo Block Party with Hawthorne Heights, 408, Capstan, Greyson Zane, Twin Rova, and others. In the new year, they’ll hop on as support for some tour dates for Between You & Me. You can grab tickets to see FELICITY perform live here.

Tour Dates:

  • Dec. 16—Orlando, FL @ Wall Street Plaza (Emo Block Party)
  • March 27—Richmond, VA @ Canal Club 
  • March 28—Charlotte, NC @ Amos South End 
  • March 29—Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 
  • March 30—Orlando, FL @ The Abbey 
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