My Own Will to release new EP “Disgust” on July 30th 2019

My Own Will Disgust EP cover
My Own Will, a four-piece heavy outfit from the backwoods of southeast Michigan, blurs the line between catchy, crowd-pleasing metalcore and the brutally raw sound of deathcore.

The band is the first signing to newly launched metal label Death Toll Records, which will release their new EP “Disgust” on July 30th, 2019.

Watch the music video for “Disgust” below.

In describing the single and accompanying music video, the band states: “The song "Disgust" is a highly personal track, discussing a deteriorated relationship between father and son. It is told from the perspective of the son, whose father is idealistic and morally unjust, trying to find his identity despite lacking a solid father figure. For the video, we wanted to emphasize the general idea that these “fathers” or “role models” are not always what they seem. They portray themselves in a certain light, when in reality, what’s beneath the surface is vastly different”.

Pre-order the EP here and also get the chance to to win a free merch bundle.

1. The End
2. Hopeless
3. Ifrit
4. Disgust

On the announcement of their signing, the band says: “We are extremely excited to announce our signing to Death Toll Records. They have been a pleasure to work with so far, and we are humbled they asked us to be a part of laying the foundation for Death Toll. We are planning a tour around the release of the "Disgust" EP, which will be announced in the coming weeks. We want to thank everyone who has been a part of the success of My Own Will so far, and we couldn’t be any more excited for the future”.

My Own Will was formed by twin brothers Danny and Kyle Cummings and their good friend David Keoppen, who happened to grow up in the same neighborhood as them before being asked to join one of their former bands. After that band dissolved, the trio decided to form a new project. They wanted this project to be as heavy and aggressive as it could possibly be. Their lineup went through bouts of instability before finding a bass player in Max Kushner (ex-Smash Your Enemies), the final piece that they believed they were missing.

With a solid lineup, well-written songs, and an impressively brutal live show, My Own Will plans to continue carving their way through the heavy music scene. The band has played with a wide variety of established national acts, such as Cannibal Corpse, Whitechapel, After the Burial, Traitors, The Last Ten Seconds of Life, Falsifier, Filth & many, many more.

Live Shows 2019:
April 26- Chaos & Carnage 2019 - Pontiac, MI (w/ Whitechapel, Dying Fetus, Revocation, Fallujah, Spite, Uncured, Buried Above Ground, The Convalescence, Dead Eyes Always Dreaming, etc.)
May 02 The Sanctuary - Hamtramck, MI
Jun 05 The Pike Room - Pontiac, MI