Alongside the release of their new full-length album, ‘No One Goes To Heaven’, West Virginia heavy hitters Left Behind have debuted a video for one of its tracks, ‘Eternity Of Empty’.
This is what vocalist Zach Hatfield had to say about the track.
“I wrote ‘Eternity Of Empty’ about growing up in church, being scared because I don’t understand what’s going on. It’s a scary place as a kid watching weird old men you don’t know telling you you’re going to Hell forever if you don’t follow the teachings they’re giving you. Left me with a lot of thoughts growing up like, ‘Well what if this is all real and I’m just a shitty person and not good enough for Heaven?’ There’s a sign on the side of the road on the way to my dad’s house that just says ‘GOD LOVES YOU, PLEASE DON’T GO TO HELL.’ Which always just made me feel so weird growing up. None of that resonates with me. It’s a bizarre thing looking back on it and while it can be good for some people, I never had a good experience with it.”
You can watch the video for ‘Eternity Of Empty’ below.
The band’s third studio album, ‘No One Goes To Heaven’, is out now via Pure Noise Records.