has chosen "What's Next?" as the following single from its 6th studio album,"". A feature for the track will be discharged soon. Identifying with the K-Rock radio station in Syracuse, New York prior this week, Sully Erna expressed about "What's Next?" (see feature underneath): "We had a little issue with the mark that they sort of went betraying our trust and they chose to simply go pick a solitary [''] when the entire time it should be 'What's Next?' And the best part about discharging the ['What's Next?'] single would we're say we're is gonna do an entire battle, in light of the fact that the expressive substance of the tune is about the main thing certain is life and demise, yet what's next? So we're doing an entire battle with the U.S. military — all the men and ladies of the U.S. Military, we're teaming together with them. We're gonna do an entire battle to assist destitute vets, to assist gentlemen with PTSD [post-traumatic anxiety disorder], all that stuff. We're just gonna do an entire thing for a mindfulness level, for a touch of a motivation."
He proceeded with: "The entire idea of the [''] record was, truly, about-facing to the foundations of Boston, and a piece of our history of that was we were, as individuals know, an enormous piece of the Navy… We used to be… We were the volunteer melody for a long time in succession. So we wanna sort of take it back to that too. Furthermore, we're such enormous supporters of the U.S. troops. We don't bolster war — we wanna be clear about that — yet we bolster our and what they need to do, and how they put their lives hanging in the balance for us consistently so we can live in a nation like this." "" sold pretty nearly 58,000 duplicates in its first week of discharge to land at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 collection outline.
The plate, which landed on August 5, 2014, caught up 2011's"The Oracle", which finished the graph with offers of 117,000 duplicates in its introduction week. Erna portrayed the sound of the "" collection to The Pulse Of Radio as "a tiny bit more crude, a smidgen more open. The composition was a bit more liberated. The creation is truly sort of crude and in your face, and the melodies, man — I'm outrageously up for these tunes. What's more, I need to let you know sincerely, I wasn't that up for composing this record.