If you’ve heard Living Colour’s inescapable late Eighties hit “Cult of Personality,” then you’re familiar with Corey Glover’s powerhouse vocals. The singer has kept busy since the group’s heyday, singing with not only Living Colour but also rock supergroup Ultraphonix (joined by Dokken’s George Lynch) and funk legends Galactic, as well as starring in a touring production of the Andrew Loyd Webber musical Jesus Christ Superstar, among other multifarious undertaking. His latest project is called Disciples of Verity, a decidedly crushing metal band that was unveiled last year via the debut single “Worthy” featuring Arch Enemy and Nevermore guitarist Jeff Loomis. In addition to Glover, the group is rounded out by bassist George Pond (Negative Sky) and drummer Corey Pierce (God Forbid), plus guitarists Danny Puma and Mark Monjoy. Today (June 17th), Disciples of Verity unleashed their latest cut, “The Flow,” a brutal, djenty single that boasts an assist from another famous friend: Sevendust skinsman Morgan Rose. Check it out — along with its kinetic music video — below. “The idea that the word isn’t giving you what you deserve is universal,” Glover said of “The Flow.” “Given the unrest in the world, today it’s more than an idea.”
The song will become available on all digital platforms on June 26th, but in the meantime, you can pre-save it now. “The Flow” is off Disciples of Verity’s upcoming full-length release, Pragmatic Sanction, which is scheduled to drop in late summer or early autumn. Watch here for the latest news on the band.