Varials Share \”Circles\” Video

VARIALS — Mitchell Rogers [vocals], Mike Foley [bass], James Hohenwarter [guitar], Shane Lyons [guitar], and Sean Rauchut [drums] — recently announced their new album Scars For You to Remember. The metallic juggernaut is their third long player and it will arrive on October 14 via Fearless Records. Pre-order it here.

Today, the Philly crew has shared the video for \”Circles.\” Watch it here.

While Varials go hard — really hard — on their new album Scars for You to Remember, they show off their contemplative and dynamic side with \”Circles.\” The song starts out with an almost melancholic verse before erupting into a larger-than-life chorus with a pulsating riff and percussion. It\’s a master class in quiet-loud atmosphere, and shifts to utter ferocity in the middle of the song. The song vacillates between many moods from start to finish and that\’s what makes it wholly satisfying.

\”\’Circles\’ is a new but familiar style for the band,\” says Varials.  \”We\’ve touched on sounds like this before, but this is the melodic climax of the record and our career this far. We hope to take this sound further into the future.\”

Varials\’ headline tour kicks off next month on October 7 in Asbury Park, NJ. All dates are below.

Balance occurs in the midst of extremes. Varials seamlessly alternate between moments of crushing power and melodic poise, unlocking harmony in the middle of opposite poles. The band continues to sharpen this signature style with searing intensity, uncontainable energy, and uncompromising creativity. They\’ve carefully cultivated this sound over the years. The band attracted a devout fanbase with Pain Again [2017] and In Darkness [2019]. The latter yielded \”Romance,\” which amassed 3 million Spotify streams and counting. Of the title track, Decibel raved, \”Varials have their own modern spin on hybridizing metal and hardcore into a powerful new amalgam.\” Meanwhile, they hit the road with the likes of All That Remains, Wage War, Oceans Ate Alaska, Kublai Khan, and more. During 2021, Mitchell assumed full vocal duties for the band. After amassing tens of millions of streams and earning acclaim from DecibelRevolver, and Alternative Press, to name a few, the band deliver controlled chaos like never before.

\”A Body Wrapped In Plastic : Prologue\”
\”The Cycle Of Violence : Chapter 1\”
\”Ritual Division (HAÜS)\”
\”Scars For You To Remember\”
\”Day 3 : Revenge\”
\”Phantom Pain : Chapter 2\”
\”Phantom Power\”
\”The Gold Room : Chapter 3\”
\”You Were Never Safe Here : Chapter 4\”
\”Halo Of The Sun\”

10/7 — Asbury Park, NJ — House Of Independents
10/8 — Philadelphia, PA — The Church
10/9 — Worcester, MA — Palladium
10/11 — Buffalo, NY — Mohawk Place
10/12 — Pittsburgh, PA — The Crafthouse Stage & Grill
10/14 — Brooklyn, NY — Meadows
10/15 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club
10/16 — Columbia, SC — New Brookland Tavern
10/18 — Tampa, FL — The Orpheum
10/19 — Orlando, FL — Henao Contemporary Center
10/21 — Houston, TX — The Secret Group
10/22 — Ft. Worth, TX — Ridglea Theater
10/23 — Austin, TX — Come and Take It Live
10/25 — Mesa, AZ — Downtown Underground Mesa
10/26 — Las Vegas, NV — American Legion Post 8
10/28 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction
10/29 — Los Angeles, CA — The Echo
10/30 — Sacramento, CA — Goldfield Trading Post
11/1 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Beehive
11/2 — Denver, CO — Marquis Theater
11/4 — Chicago, IL — Beat Kitchen
11/5 — Cleveland, OH — Mahall\’s
11/6 — Detroit, MI — Sanctuary