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.”

[via Brooklyn Vegan]

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.”