Progression: It’s something that’s faced at every turn in life. For some reason, fans of music fear the progression of a band, especially when it comes to experimenting with a new sound. For Scranton PA’s Motionless In White, progression is the name of their game. Truthfully, this should be the case with any band but you can’t knock a band for sticking to what works for them. Starting with the release of 2014’s ‘Reincarnate’, vocalist Chris “Motionless” Cerulli began experimenting with more clean singing. This, in turn, cause a polarization in their fan base, as is the case with just about any change in a band’s sound. For 2017’s ‘Graveyard Shift’ and their first for their new label, Roadrunner Records, the band decided to ease up a bit on the experimentation, rather diving deeper into more influences that had not been previously explored in their music.