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Tattoo The Scars Releases Official Music Video For Single "Bridges Burned"

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Tattoo the Scars, featuring Billy Grey from Fozzy on guitars, Dusty Winterrowd of Allele and Cyberstar on drums and Marcus Davis of Ph8 and Methods of Mayhem on vocals have released their official music video for their first single titled "Bridges Burned." The song was produced by Matt Good ( Asking Alexandria, Atilla, The Word Alive) from Good Sound Studios in Tempe, AZ. The single made it's debut on Chris Jericho's show The Rock Of Jericho, and is currently being spun on SiriusXM Octane!

"Bridges Burned" is a song about recognizing and accepting your past. It is about championing the ability we all have to move forward and learn from every mistake we've made. Everybody makes bad decisions in life. It is all about what we do with our lives after those bad decisions and how we pick ourselves back up. This song is a call and a reminder to everyone that it is never too late to change. Life isn't over until it is over" says the band.

Though relatively new, a lot of people are soon to know the name Tattoo The Scars!! Why, you ask? Well, first and foremost, their music is just awesome. As evidenced by their debut single "Bridges Burned", that is currenty playing on SiriusXM Octane!! These musicians sure know how to perfectly meld hard-hitting and catchy riffs with just the right amount of melody to create a fist-pumping arena-ready anthem. Secondly, speaking of the band's members, the tri-state act features seasoned audio junkies including Guitarist Billy Grey (Fozzy), Drummer Dusty Winterrowd (Year Of The Locust, Alelle, Cyberstar), and Vocalist Marcus Davis(Ph8, Methods of Mayhem). Lead single "Bridges Burned" was recorded at Tempe, AZ's Good Sound Studios with Producer and From First to Last guitarist Matt Good (Asking Alexandria, Attilla, Hollywood Undead, The word Alive, Otherwise) and we can now confirm that Tattoo The Scars will issue their debut full-length in 2019 with touring plans to come as well. For now, though, check out the group's song and video, and follow them online. Speaking of the new tune, the guys collectively noted: "'Bridges Burned' is a song about recognizing and accepting your past. It is about championing the ability we all have to move forward and learn from every mistake we've made. Everybody makes bad decisions in life. It is all about what we do with our lives after those bad decisions and how we pick ourselves back up. This song is a call and a reminder to everyone that it is never too late to change. With every breath you choose your Path."

"Bridges Burned" is available at AMAZON






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