Orlando, FL – Parallel Motion sets its sites on delivering high-octane melodious metal productions as the band continues to converge their strengths and energies. A solid round of energized hard rock can be found in their latest single release “Slave”. Working with The Label Group and distribution via INgrooves, Parallel Motion’s “Slave” produces their kinetic meld of natural sound.
‘”Slave” is the evolution of Parallel Motion sonically and lyrically. The track talks about becoming a slave of your own dreams and how you can lose who you are when they are controlling you. We only know one way to make music and it’s from the heart and from our own personal experiences.”‘
– Dave Juan of Parallel Motion
Parallel Motion was created in 2017. Since its inception, the band was clear they wanted be a metal band, but more importantly: a band that embraced each member’s influences. Their music surprised the public and was highlighted for its high energy and catchy hooks. The group has been received positively by US independent radio stations and also featured on digital magazines in the UK. Parallel Motion was even named ‘The Artist of The Month’ by Reverbnation.
At the end of 2019, they released their first EP Illogical which raised the bar for their high energy and emotional live performances. Their single “Illogical” was featured on Alternative Press’s ‘Discover Playlist’. Parallel Motion has been playing live quite extensively, even opening for globally recognized bands like Angel Vivaldi, Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper), Crazy Town, Islander, Shallow Side, and Hed PE just to mention a few.
Now close to releasing their latest single “Slave” with a more intense vocal approach, with the help of long time producer Matt Johnson, they have achieved a more heavy, but mature sounding song.
It is very certain Parallel Motion is a band focused on bringing quality content. They are very excited about future music, but more importantly: they are excited to be continuing to expand and share their music beyond Florida with their followers.