As the excitement rises and the countdown begins for the release of POLARIS' second studio album, 'The Death Of Me', out next week on February 21 via SharpTone Records and Resist Records, the band reveal their heaviest song to date, 'Landmine'. 'Landmine' is a song that faces that mid-20s realisation that the universe doesn’t owe you anything and you’re going to have to fend for yourself.
"I think we all reach a point sometime in our late adolescence or early adulthood where we finally realise the world doesn't just exist to serve us as individuals, and never did. A realisation that maybe you're not as special and unique as you were made to feel as a kid - you're not the star of everyone's movie, only your own little life. Ultimately no one else cares if you succeed or fail, and no one is going to keep picking you up and dusting you off and pointing you in the right direction when you screw up. "Landmine" is a nihilistic, sarcastic celebration of accepting all of that" explains Daniel Furnari.
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