Motionless In White Release “Puppets 3 (The Grand Finale)” Featuring Dani Filth


Motionless In White have just wrapped an extremely successful summer on Vans Warped Tour and are now looking ahead to what may very well be their busiest Fall to date. Not only will the Pennsylvania rock outfit be joining A Day To Remember’s ‘Parks And Devastation’ tour, but they will also be releasing their third full-length album. We haven’t heard the record in full just yet, but this morning one of the album’s most anticipated tracks found its way online thanks to a midnight iTunes release.

“Puppets 3 (The Grand Finale)” serves as the final chapter in an ongoing collection of tracks that began with Motionless In White’s Fearless Records debut. Each entry to date has had an unquestionably unique sound, but they still played well together when spun back-to-back. The third entry is without a doubt the heaviest, and to make sure it’s the best entry yet the members of MIW recruited Cradle of Filth vocalist Dani Filth to contribute the song’s first verse. You can stream the track, in full, below:

“Puppets 3” premiered Monday night on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal show. If you like what you hear, you can purchase the song on iTunes as soon as you click this link.

Reincarnate, the new album from Motionless In White, will be released September 16. Click here for pre-order packages.

What’s that? You have a strange desire to stream the first two “Puppets” as well? We can help:

Which “Puppets” do you enjoy the most? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

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  • Dani Valentine

    Big Dani Filth fan. My favorite is Puppets 3.

  • HaulixJames

    He brings so much to the track. I’m curious to hear how the other guest appearances on ‘Incarnate’ turn out.