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BI·AS Feat. Former KORN Drummer DAVID SILVERIA Drop New Music Video 'Hesitation'



Orange County alt-metal outfit BI·AS, featuring David Silveria (original drummer of Korn) shares their latest music video for their next single ‘Hesitation’. The single is a preview to their much-anticipated debut EP due out in 2020. ‘Hesitation’ gives an early taste of what the record will bring to the table. This is the first song that singer Rich Nguyen wrote with the band during their worldwide singer auditions. The song is about anxiety and how it can cause a lot of missed opportunities; if you let it. The song talks about overcoming the barriers created by anxiety in your mind and pressing on no matter what. ‘Hesitation’ is an anthem of overcoming anxiety and is meant to be a musical affirmation.


Rich Nguyen describes ‘Hesitation’:

“This song in terms of sound is the exact middle ground between "Pity" and "Change Your Mind". It has tons of melody and a smidge of aggression musically and vocally. Fans of the other two singles won't be disappointed."


MetalInsider.net premiered the new video/track.

Check out the video for 'Hesitation' here:





Looking to the future, BI·AS have finished writing their debut EP and follow up effort. They are looking to get into the studio with producer Chris Collier (KXM, Prong, Korn) in Q4 of 2019 to get all tracked. BI·AS have cultivated a growing fanbase enamored with their modern twist to the late nineties Nu-Metal sound. Suffice it to say – the upcoming record promises to be a showcase of the band's unique sound and willingness to take sonic risks outside of today's standards.

Be on the lookout for BI·AS in the future, not only is the band gearing up for the 2020 release of their new EP, but they are currently booking shows till the end of the year.

Show Dates:
Aug 9 - West Hollywood, CA - Whiskey A Go-Go - w/ Orgy
Aug 23 - Costa Mesa, CA - Tiki Bar
Sept 26 - Logan, UT - The Cache
Sept 27 - Pocatello, ID - Bannock County Fair Grounds - Elk stage


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