Melodic metalcore band Kingdom Collapse and DRUM! Magazine unleashed a brand new drum playthrough video for the band’s track, “Dear Dad.” The playthrough, available for viewing here, is complete with an explanation of the drum parts and a transcription. The band, from San Antonio, TX, formed early last year and since then they have already toured with bands like As I Lay Dying, We Came as Romans, Modern Day Escape and more.

Kingdom Collapse teamed up with Revolver Magazine earlier this month to release their music video for the track “Bottom Feeder,” which comes from their latest EP, Common Ground. It was produced by the band and Jonny Hawkins (Nothing More) and mastered by Jake Bryant (Danger Kids).

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