Rollin’ Coffin Premiere New Song “Hate Is Real”

Rollin’ Coffin, the project featuring Tim Williams (Vision Of Disorder), have premiered a new song titled “Hate Is Real.” This track is expected to appear on the band’s upcoming EP. Williams commented:

“The new songs are the next level for the RC project and are for the fans who have supported me on my new journey. ‘Hate is Real’ was written and inspired by the overwhelming sense of hate I see and feel in this country. Everything from police brutality to local level violence to the media feeding us hate every day.”

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Rollin’ Coffin To Release New Song “Sister Mercy” In November

Rollin’ Coffin, the project featuring Tim Williams (Vision Of Disorder), will be releasing a new song titled “Sister Mercy” on November 5. This news comes after the band recently released a music video for their latest single “Runaway.”

Rollin’ Coffin (Vision Of Disorder, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Runaway”

Rollin’ Coffin, the new project featuring Tim Williams (Vision Of Disorder, ex-Bloodsimple), have premiered a new song titled “Runaway.“ You can check that out below. Williams commented:

“‘Runaway‘ is all about breaking away from what you have known, good and bad. To seek freedom without a sense of doubt or consequence. It’s about not being afraid to shed your skin and start again.”

“These songs are a stripped down version of myself, creatively, coming from an honest place. Sonically, I wanted to achieve a unique sound. A loose, almost dangerous, approach to a different chapter in my musical journey.”

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Tim Williams (Vision Of Disorder, Bloodsimple) Announces New Project Rollin’ Coffin

Tim Williams (Vision Of Disorder, Bloodsimple) has launched a new project called Rollin’ Coffin. The band’s first single “Runaway” will be released on April 2.

The following was said about “Runaway” in a press release:

“‘Runaway‘ comes at you with a driving sound that is very different from the aggressive metal stylings that you would expect from Williams. The band pays homage to its early influences by using a blend of classic and indie garage rock, that evokes a 90’s grunge feel with a modern alternative rock sound. Don’t get it twisted, though. Rollin’ Coffin are doing their own thing and have found a contemporary sound that’s all it’s own.”

Williams also added:

“These songs are a stripped down version of myself, creatively, coming from an honest place. Sonically, I wanted to achieve a unique sound. A loose, almost dangerous, approach to a different chapter in my musical journey.”