Currents' new single, Remember Me

2023-02-01 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 26 Comments
Metalcore squad Currents have shared a music video for yet another single, 'Remember Me', off their upcoming studio album The Death We Seek, out May 5th through SharpTone Records. You can watch it below.


Directed by Chris Klumpp

https://bfan.link/remember-me-2

The Death We Seek tracklist:
1. The Death We Seek
2. Living In Tragedy
3. Unfamiliar
4. So Alone
5. Over and Over
6. Beyond This Road
7. Vengeance
8. Gone Astray
9. Remember Me
10. Guide Us Home

A few days ago, the band issued the following statement regarding guitarist Ryan Castaldi's health:

"Ryan Castaldi, guitar player for Currents, has been diagnosed with Low-Grade Follicular Lymphoma, which is a non-Hodgkin’s type of cancer that begins in the lymphatic system. He was diagnosed in November 2022.

Six months prior to diagnosis, Ryan noticed a small lump in his armpit that slowly grew larger. A biopsy in October showed that it was indeed cancer. It is called “low-grade” follicular lymphoma because the abnormal cells are a slow-growing non-Hodgkin lymphoma that can go undiagnosed for years. The abnormal cells develop in clumps inside lymph nodes. This type of lymphoma is considered controllable, but not necessarily curable because it is slow growing.

Ryan is currently in Stage 3 and the cancer was detected both above and below Ryan’s diaphragm.

Ryan began his treatment with Smilow Cancer Hospital Care Center at the end of December and his treatment includes both chemotherapy and monoclonal antibody. This treatment will last for six months followed by 2 years of maintenance monoclonal antibody treatment.

Overall, the prognosis for Ryan is very favorable but it will be a long journey. During the first six months of treatment, Ryan will not be touring with Currents. If treatment goes well, Ryan is hoping to be back on tour with Currents during the summer.

Ryan has a very positive attitude and outlook about his current situation but will truly miss touring and being on the road with his Currents family.

All donations and support will go towards medical expenses (deductibles, co-pays, and maximum out-of-pocket expenses), treatments, and living expenses.

Being that Ryan is currently under treatment, Ryan's father Steve Castaldi will be handling the financial side (monetary donations) of this fundraiser on behalf of Ryan Castaldi.

Thank you in advance for all your generosity, prayers, and support for Ryan in his fight against cancer.
He will beat this.

GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/ryancastaldi

Inside & outside of Currents, Ryan’s been family for over 10 years. We’ll be missing him on stage and in the van with us for the next 6 months, but we’re optimistic about his prognosis and confident that his comeback will be massive. The best we can do now is be there for him & help in whatever way we can.
We’re working on additional ways to fundraise for Ryan & his family in the coming weeks and look forward to sharing that info with all of you. In the meantime, please send Ryan your love & well wishes and be sure to spread the GoFundMe page.

We love you all and we’ll be seeing you soon."

Visit, share & support:
https://www.facebook.com/CurrentsCT

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Durrzo
February 1st 2023
2936 Comments


Much better than the previous single, which was straight up garbage. Sad about their gutarist, but it's cool that they were able to raise that much money for him.

Shogun
February 1st 2023
480 Comments


Very good song. Much better than the previous single agreed.

outliers
February 1st 2023
4000 Comments


not digging this one after a few listens, sounds like a b-side off their last album

bigweinerdon
February 1st 2023
2463 Comments


Same old shit from Currents

sspedding
February 1st 2023
5590 Comments


The Death we Seek was great, Vengeance very dull and this pretty good.

Evreaia
February 1st 2023
5403 Comments


I liked vengeance more

SteakByrnes
February 1st 2023
27958 Comments


Damn that's super sad to hear about the guitarist, hopefully he can keep it under control

AnusNballs
February 1st 2023
201 Comments


Hated the production at first but I kinda dig it now.. the tone honestly fucking slaps too. Doesn’t make the songs amazing but it’s modern core we’re talking about here

AnusNballs
February 1st 2023
201 Comments


Vengeance was definitely poo tho

outliers
February 1st 2023
4000 Comments


vengeance isn't the most exciting track but it at least deviates from the same old formula theyve been following for years now

Emim
February 1st 2023
33377 Comments


Currents, Monuments, Volumes, Structures, Varials, Reflections, Counterparts, Secrets, Architects, Intervals, Issues, Palisades

DreamAgain
February 1st 2023
2379 Comments


HYPE.

AOTY material right here. I've jammed the death we seek on repeat for months. Vengeance was solid.
Sucks to hear about their guitarist.

twlight
February 2nd 2023
7637 Comments


good song, i've actually dug all the singles so far

hope the guitarist gets through it all

JayEnder
February 2nd 2023
15722 Comments


Production is trash but pretty good tune. Dat album art is fire

nash1311
February 2nd 2023
5498 Comments


“The Death we Seek was great, Vengeance very dull and this pretty good.“

This is the right take

momentsofclarity
February 2nd 2023
596 Comments


'you are my family and i will not let hate be my last sin' - interesting lyric there.

this feels like the place i feel safest, in terms of songwriting, production, and just energy emotionally.

it doesn't feel as matured as that ep they dropped (sorry for being a broken record on that one), but i do think this is better than the album they released that just sounded like the place i feel safest, in terms of songwriting, but same in terms of production i guess

3/5?

momentsofclarity
February 2nd 2023
596 Comments


but i will say, the ultra cold energy they give off and uber negative album titles are not something i identify with anymore like i did in 2017/etc

momentsofclarity
February 2nd 2023
596 Comments


love to see the donations for the guitarist though. healthcare in america is a nightmare to navigate, aside from insane finances / insurance battling. glad to know he'll get the treatment needed

outliers
February 2nd 2023
4000 Comments


new IA single tomm will dunk on this mark my words

Beardog
February 2nd 2023
4386 Comments


Sounds like Currents. Good

DreamAgain
February 2nd 2023
2379 Comments


"new IA single tomm will dunk on this mark my words"
It didn't lol.

tyman128
Staff Reviewer
February 2nd 2023
4090 Comments


Incorrect!

bellovddd
February 3rd 2023
509 Comments


this band is the goods. Brian is a monster vocalist... New tracks coming along nicely.

twlight
February 3rd 2023
7637 Comments


yeah this band has some pretty negative and depressing themes but oh well

outliers
February 3rd 2023
4000 Comments


unmark those words, I think I actually like this more than Immolation lmao

sspedding
February 3rd 2023
5590 Comments


Yeah this was better



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