Today, we’re thrilled to help premiere the new single “Six Feet Of Lies” from Hagerstown, MD-based rock quintet, Calisus. The song, which was produced, mixed and Mastered by guitarist Patrick Koch, is officially out today and can be purchased via the group’s Bandcamp page right here!
Speaking on the song, Koch commented: “What is really unique and exciting about this song, for it being a heavier track, there are hooks everywhere. There are guitar, rhythmic percussion, bass melody, and harmony hooks as well as the main vocal hook. Then, when it’s almost over, an entirely new vocal hook that blends smoothly is introduced to finish out the track. The approach to this song was entirely that of ‘what would make US as fans of music go apeshit at an arena rock show?!’”
Lead vocalist Zach Constable also added some thoughts about the track’s meaning: “‘Six Feet of Lies’ can have a very different meaning to a lot of different people. It all comes down to what the person is going through in their life. The main relation to the song is getting away from and ridding of whatever you’re going through, burying it deep down six feet under to move on. I feel the anthem style of the chorus is what makes it so easy for people to catch on and sing along to. By the end, they know every word and are singing them out. Every musician knows that feeling when the crowd sings along to your songs. It makes me that much more amped up for each and every show, to get out there and share your message.”