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One In The Chamber New Single/Video "To The Gallows"

ONE IN THE CHAMBER RELEASE THEIR LATEST SINGLE/VIDEO FOR "TO THE GALLOWS". This is dirty rock n roll that teases, grinds, and pleases. One In The Chamber has once again lit the airwaves with "To The Gallows" and tattooed it to the heart. The rich vocal prowess slithers around the floor as the guitar works the thrust and the drums nail the push. There is nothing holding One In The Chamber back - "To The Gallows" defines that this breed is balls to the wall solid-rock!

"‘To The Gallows is a beautifully-crafted creep of a song that is full of vocal seduction, and instrumental sludge that leaves both a feeling of unease and an incredible feeling of satisfaction (at least in my case). There is something powerfully pleasing about the initial roar into the song and subsequent stripping away of that power to a diminished yet sultry vocal performance by Mike Biase leading to a raspy whisper before vocally punching everyone in the ears with another roar…and then another and another." - Anthony Leclair of Leclair Studios

One In The Chamber "To The Gallows"

"To The Gallows" is a song that we're incredibly proud of. However, when we wrote it back in 2019 and recorded it earlier this year, we never planned on releasing it as a single. If 2020 has taught us anything, it's that nothing goes according to plan and you've gotta expect the unexpected. It's exciting to push the boundaries and our own expectations for what One In The Chamber can be; with it's departure in style and haunting tone, "To The Gallows" is exactly that! What better way to cap off a year like 2020 than with a single like this?

Dirty rock & roll best enjoyed cranked to eleven, One In The Chamber are taking you down "To The Gallows" on their latest single and music video.

Since the release of their 2018 debut studio EP, One In The Chamber has been compared to the likes of Guns N' Roses, Led Zeppelin, Velvet Revolver, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Mötley Crüe. Now, returning with their first single since "Blow", One In The Chamber have released "To The Gallows" on all digital platforms! Embracing a darker and alternative tone, "To The Gallows" is a haunting track equally influenced by the likes of Alice In Chains as it is by Led Zeppelin.

Recorded during the same sessions as "Blow" earlier this year at Toronto's legendary Phase One Studios, "To The Gallows" once again sees One In The Chamber working with acclaimed producer and engineer, Murray Daigle and engineer Mike Smith at the helm. The FACTOR supported project is the band's second single for the year as One In The Chamber continues to navigate through the constantly changing landscape that is 2020. Following an exclusive radio premiere (ERB Radio, UK) and a media premiere via The Spill Magazine, "To The Gallows" builds on the growing excitement that "Blow" launched earlier this year. Like their videos in the past, the band has teamed up with director and producer Diego del Rio for a gritty, rough, raw and old school visual take.

Since forming in 2015, One In The Chamber have released their debut, award winning studio EP, I've Got Something To Say... in 2018 which went on to be titled Canadia EP of the year and has since surpass 100,000 Spotify streams with the help of singles/music videos "Bills To Pay" and "Itchin' Back". More recently, "Blow" has amassed over 50,000 streams on Spotify and was featured on Loudwire's Weekly Wire playlist.

One In The Chamber have been featured on playlists and radio networks around the globe while being featured on television and were listed as semi-finalists (top 8) in 97.7 HTZ FM's annual Rocksearch competition earlier this year.

Mike Biase (vocals, guitar)

Gerrod Harris (drums)

Cecil Eugene (guitar)

Christian Dotto (bass)

Produced by One In The Chamber & Murray Daigle

Engineered by Murray Daigle & Mike Smith

Mixed & Mastered by Murray Daigle

Recorded ay Phase One Studios

Music Video filmed, directed, & edited by Diego del Rio

Produced by Diego del Rio & One In The Chamber

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