Samsara Unveils Music Video for “Dear Brethren”

samsara-002Samsara Unveils Music Video for “Dear Brethren”

Bloodlines Out Now

November 21st, 2016 – Yuma, AZ – Arizona’s metalcore outfit Samsara, who recently released their debut ep, has just unleashed the music video for their song “Dear Brethren.” The song is the fourth track from the bands just released EP, entitled Bloodlines, which features seven tracks that were produced by Cory Brunnemann (Everyone Dies In Utah, Darkness Divided).

Our debut EP ‘Bloodlines‘ is about the struggles of addiction, depression, and loss; and utilizing the support from the ones closest to you, forming a bond thicker than blood. Regardless of what separates us, there is a commonality that brings up together. Through music, we are a family.” – Billy Arviso (Guitarist)

Hate me for who I am, but I will never ask you to love me for who I am not. That is the message Samsara pursues and hopes to see a world of acceptance whether it be through love, hate, or pain. I could care less; we stand by our message.” – Dan Croutch (Vocalist)

Check out the music video for Dear Brethren here!

1. This Means War
2. Pyro
3. 100-Proof
4. Dear Brethren
5. Bloodlines
6. Karma
7. Relics

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About Samsara:
Our debut EP Bloodlines is a collection of thoughts from the perspective of our vocalist and his personal struggles with addiction, loss, and a depression. It is about reaching your lowest point, your darkest place, and finding reason to leave it all behind utilizing the support of the ones closest to you forming a bond even thicker than blood. Samsara isn’t just a metalcore band, Samsara is our outlet for the internal struggles of our everyday lives.

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