HYRO THE HERO veröffentlicht neue Single „Head Under Water (feat. Reddstar und Dan Sugarman von Ice Nine Kills)“ inkl. Lyric-Video
I ain’t feeling fine.
Immediate help, I need a hotline.
I’ve been feeling like this for a long time.”
“I knew when I heard this track that we had something,” sagt Reddstar. “Not only does the song have a lot of meaning but I like how Hyro and I approached it from our own perspectives. I do believe when people listen to this that so many will be able to connect or relate to it on multiple levels.”
“‘Head Under Water’ is as authentic and real as a song can get,” so Sugarman. “The second I heard this track, I knew I needed to be a part of it. Feeding off the raw rock energy, I dug deep to bring as many melodic and off-the-wall guitar elements to the table as I possibly could. Playing through a slurred drunken swagger, the solo and guitar playing gets more concise and razor sharp as the song progresses. Hyro and Reddstar spit the sickest flows and heaviest lyrics I’ve ever heard, and that meant that I needed to do the same. Moments before I started to write and record I got a call from my doctor with the most terrifying medical news that a person could get, so I poured myself into this solo, and into this song. I know ‘Head Under Water’ will hit you like it hit me, because this feeling is so real for so many of us.”
Seine Vorgänger EPs „Worst Behavior“ (2022) und „Kids Against the Monsters“ (2021) beinhalten hochkarätige Kollaborationen, darunter David Draiman (Disturbed), Corey Taylor (Slipknot) undChad Grey (Hellyeah). HYRO war zudem auf Tracks von Hollywood Undead und Deuce zu hören und landete mit seinem Song „Who’s That Playing On The Radio“, eine Kollaboration mit Mick Mars (Mötley Crüe) und Danny Worsnop (AskingAlexandria), auf dem Soundtrack des Horror-Thrillers The Retaliators von Better Noise Films.