Parkway Drive share video for new single “Glitch”

Australian juggernauts Parkway Drive have steadily evolved from metal underdogs to festival-headlining behemoth, off the back of close to 20 grueling years, six critically and commercially acclaimed studio albums (all of which achieved Gold status in their home nation), three documentaries, one live album, nearly a billion total streams, and many, many thousands of shows.

 

Today, they have shared the video for the brand new single “Glitch.”

The song explores the things that our minds experience when we are not awake — but not yet asleep — the world of night terrors and sleep paralysis.

It also marks the first new material from the band since 2018’s Reverence — and it was worth the wait.

“Parkway Drive have always walked the line of balancing the light and the dark, and ‘Glitch’ is no exception,” the band shares. “Sonically, we aimed to create a dark, heavy, and unnerving journey while still crafting a melody that burrows its way into your mind. Lyrically, the song deals with the phenomenon of night terrors and sleep paralysis. We all know the power our minds possess, but true terror manifests when your mind and all its fears takes physical control of your body. The glitch in your brain, where nightmares and reality cross.”

 

The band will be back in Europe and the U.K. in September and October 2022 for a headlining arena tour. The tour will kick off on September 9th at Quarterback Immobilien Arena in Leipzig and conclude at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.  Joining them on this tour will be the Sheffield band While She Sleeps.  Please see below for the full list of dates.

Sep 9, 2022 – Leipzig, Quarterback Immobilien Arena (DE)

Sep 10, 2022 – Prague, Forum Karlin (CZ)

Sep 12, 2022 – Brussels, Forest National (BE)

Sep 13, 2022 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Rockhal (LUX)

Sep 14, 2022 – Frankfurt, Festhalle (DE)

Sep 16, 2022 – Zürich, Samsung Hall (CH)

Sep 17, 2022 – Munich, Olympiahalle (DE)

Sep 18, 2022 – Vienna, Stadthalle (AT)

Sep 20, 2022 – Berlin, Velodrom (DE)

Sep 21, 2022 – Hamburg, Barclays Arena (DE)

Sep 23, 2022 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live (NL)

Sep 24, 2022 – Dortmund, Westfalenhalle (DE)

Sep 25, 2022 – Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle (DE)

Sep 27, 2022 – Paris, Zenith (FR)

Sep 30, 2022 – London, Alexandra Palace (UK)

Oct 1, 2022 – Manchester, AO Arena (UK)

Oct 2, 2022 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (UK)

Oct 3, 2022 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (UK)

Please note that all previously purchased tickets will remain valid for the newly scheduled shows, apart from the London show. Due to the venue change the tickets for this show cannot be carried over.

Tickets are now on sale via This LINK

Parkway Drive is:

  • Winston McCall — Vocals
  • Luke Kilpatrick — Guitar
  • Jeff Ling — Guitar
  • Jia O’Connor — Bass
  • Ben Gordon — Drums

Parkway Drive share video for new single “Glitch”

June 8, 2022

Australian juggernauts Parkway Drive have steadily evolved from metal underdogs to festival-headlining behemoth, off the back of close to 20 grueling years, six critically and commercially acclaimed studio albums (all of which achieved Gold status in their home nation), three documentaries, one live album, nearly a billion total streams, and many, many thousands of shows.   Today, they have shared the video for the brand new single “Glitch.” The song explores the things that our minds experience when we are not awake — but not yet asleep — the world of night terrors and sleep paralysis. It also marks the first new material from the band since 2018’s Reverence — and it was worth the wait. “Parkway Drive have always walked the line of balancing the light and the dark, and ‘Glitch’ is no exception,” the band shares. “Sonically, we aimed to create a dark, heavy, and unnerving journey while still crafting a melody that burrows its way into your mind. Lyrically, the song deals with the phenomenon of night terrors and sleep paralysis. We all know the power our minds possess, but true terror manifests when your mind and all its fears takes physical control of your body. The glitch in your brain, where nightmares…

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