END -- the hardcore/metalcore supergoup of vocalist Brendan Murphy (Counterparts), guitarist Will Putney (of Fit For An Autopsy and producer for Knocked Loose, Vein, Every Time I Die, and tons of other cool bands), guitarist Gregory Thomas (ex-Misery Signals, ex-Shai Hulud), bassist Jay Pepito (Reign Supreme, ex-Blacklisted), and drummer Billy Rymer (ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan) -- recently released "Pariah" off their upcoming debut full-length Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face, and we're now premiering second single "Covet Not," along with the song's video.

"'Covet Not' is a song about being infatuated with familiarity, no matter how damaging it can be," says Brendan Murphy. "It's about recognizing that you are suffering/running in circles whether it be with yourself or someone else and making peace with the situation. You cannot possess something that does not exist and you either break free or you let it kill you." Sonically, "Pariah" had a slowed-down, headbang-ready groove, but the faster "Covet Not" is total in-your-face fury. It comes with a video of the band playing the song in a dimly-lit, brick-walled room, and the intensity of the video matches the song perfectly. Check it out below.

Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face comes out June 5 via Closed Casket Activities (pre-order).

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