Visitor's New Video for "Involuntary Crimes" Will Take You on a Ride

Visitor is the Alternative Rock foursome from Detroit, MI., who combines layers of rock melodies, gritty metal licks, and heartfelt, harmonic lyrics. They have a brilliant video for their new single, "Involuntary Crimes" off of their forthcoming release Origin Threshold.  Like planets orbiting a sun, the four members of Visitor have always gravitated towards music: Randy Gray (lyrics and vocals), Steve Dombroski (guitar), Dustin Buckley (bass) and William Pierce (drums). Dombroski says, "Involuntary Crimes" was written about internal conflict and the clarity that ultimately comes from the chaos. With the lyric video, we wanted to use the movement of a busy city to represent that chaos and the calm resolve of traveling towards a greater outcome represented in the choruses to bring that idea to life."

Visitor’s music embraces themes of soul searching, forging paths, doubt and loneliness, but they’re underpinned by hope and optimism. When you feel like a stranger in a strange land, Visitor’s music reminds you that you aren’t alone. "Involuntary Crimes" was produced by Grammy Award-winning Producer/Engineer Chuck Alkazian (Pop Evil, Soundgarden, Tantric) at legendary Pearl Sound Studios (Asking Alexandria, Eminem, Filter).