Issues Premiere “Tapping Out” Music Video

Issues have premiered a new video for their song “Tapping Out.“ This track is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming album.

Tyler Carter commented:

“The song was most directly written about ‘tapping out’ of a relationship and its context plays to the theme of any type of fighting match. However, upon collaborating with director Dillon Novak, we felt that aiming the visual towards the idea of fighting with yourself would be more relatable and pack a deeper meaning.

Some of the things we wrote about were the real struggles we faced while on a hiatus and while making this album. ‘Win or lose’ is kinda where we are with this, and we have every ounce of our souls set on winning. Over-working, self-doubt, self-hatred, depression and anxiety, and not breathing fresh air enough — all of the things that have been a struggle during this chapter.”

[via Revolver]

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Issues Guitarist Explains Why Vocalist Michael Bohn Was Fired

Issues guitarist Adrian Rebollo has further discussed the band’s decision to fire Michael Bohn last year. He tweeted the following in response to a YouTube comment on the group’s new single “Tapping Out“:

[via The PRP]

Issues Premiere New Song “Tapping Out”

Issues have premiered a new song titled “Tapping Out.“ This is the first single from the band’s upcoming album, which will be released later this year. The group commented:

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to finally release new music. ‘Tapping Out’ is not only a highly anticipated drop for us, but lyrically highlights the struggles of trying to make something work time and time again. Eventually, you just want to tap out. Whether it’s in a relationship, with yourself, or even with a band!”

Issues Finish New Album

Issues have officially finished their new album. Tyler Carter confirmed the news in the below video, while also opening up about the recording process, Michael Bohn’s departure, and more.

Issues Frontman Tyler Carter Drops Out Of Kyle Pavone Tribute Show

Issues’ Tyler Carter will no longer be taking part in the upcoming tribute show for late We Came As Romans singer Kyle Pavone. He revealed the news in the below video, which also finds him opening up about Pavone’s death and reflecting on the times they had together. The tribute show will take place at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI on October 28 and it will feature members of August Burns Red, Memphis May Fire, I Prevail, etc. Proceeds from the concert will go towards The Kyle Pavone Foundation.

Issues Reveal Producer For New Album

Issues have recruited producer Howard Benson for their next album. The group are planning to start tracking the effort on October 7 and a 2019 release is expected.

[via The PRP]