US metal act SILVERTOMB share their new single ‘Right Of Passage’, the third single taken from their debut album Edge Of Existence, out 1st November via Long Branch Records / SPV.

Listen to ‘Right of Passage’ here:

Vocalist / guitarist Kenny Hickey comments on ‘Right Of Passage’: “There’s something wrong with my generation: the 90s generation of musicians specifically. Why we were so prone to suicide and ODs is still a question to be answered with any clarity. ‘Right of Passage’ poses the question of whether we have the inherent right to choose our own time and type of death. I had my own botched attempt at suicide in 2009 and I’m happy now it wasn’t successful. The artwork for the single release of this song is an actual picture of my face after I was hit by a truck in 2018. I broke my face and head and severely injured my shoulder and had multiple surgery’s since. Survival is often a serious pain in the ass.”

SILVERTOMB‘s debut album Edge of Existence explores Kenny Hickey‘s personal struggles with addiction, love, and suicide, and the death of his singer and frontman Peter Steele in 2010 and subsequent disbandment of Type O Negative.

Edge Of Existence is available for pre-order here

Line up:
Kenny Hickey – Guitar, Vocals
Joseph James – Guitar
Johnny Kelly – Drums
Hank Hell – Bass
Aaron Joos – Keyboards, Guitar, Backing Vocals

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