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Trace Your Steps Releases “Animal (Creature Of Habit)” Music Video‏

Long Island, New York based Metalcore band Trace Your Steps has released a music video for their track “Animal (Creature Of Habit)” from their upcoming album Beating Hearts and Uncertainty which is due out this Spring. The video was directed by Anthony Lopardo at Slate Media while the song was produced by Ian Schneider & Andover Studios, and mixed and mastered by Westfall Studios. Watch here

We really wanted to take our time with this release and put everything we had into it. After parting ways with our former drummer, we decided that while we searched for a replacement we would make sure that this song was the best it could possibly be. “Animal” is the collaborative effort of everyone in this band, and we felt it captured everything we try to portray in our music, ranging from the chorus to the breakdown. We incorporate a lot of different elements into what we create and we thought this track really showed who we are as a band from every angle.Ian Schneider (Guitar)

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Trace Your Steps is a 5 piece Metalcore band from Long Island, NY. Forming in 2012 the band has played with many notable acts and toured the northeastern United States over the past few years. The band has gone through a few lineup changes and has been on a hiatus for the past year regrouping, making sure that when they came back, it would be in the right way. The group recently signed a deal with Defiled Management last month, and together, plan to make their return to the scene with a bang.

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