Landmine

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  • The band's lead singer Matt Walst explained the explosive cut to Artist Direct: "'Landmine' is about everything building up and building up and feeling like you're just going to snap at a point. It seems like people are like that. Sometimes, I'm like that. I'll let things get to me and get to me. At a point, you just snap, you can't control your anger, and you just explode like a landmine or a bomb." >>
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