Epic heavy metal band Whitenoiz is premiering new single, “God Mode,” today on HM. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, Sovereign Name, which will drop worldwide on Dec. 5. “Worship on steroids,” the band went through a number of lineup changes in the past five years, before settling down to release Sovereign Name, their debut album.

Vocalist Sam John spoke with HM about what the single means to the band:

“‘God Mode’ is for the ones who’re tired of fighting life’s battles on their own. Whom shall you fear? God is by your side! Whitenoiz is very excited to bring you this song off the album as a single.”

It’s a song you’re going to want to play loud.

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