Kansas Debut ‘Visibility Zero’ Track
The members of Kansas have debuted ‘Visibility Zero’, the second pre-release track from their upcoming ‘The Prelude Implicit’ LP.
The group premiered the track at Rolling Stone, with drummer Phil Ehart telling the magazine that the song came out of a contribution from producer and guitarist Zak Rizvi”.
The Prelude Implicit, due Sept. 23 and available here for pre-order now, marks the band’s first album in more than 15 years and their first since the 2014 exit of singer Steve Walsh, all of which made putting together a new set of songs even more daunting than usual. Happily, Ehart insists he and his bandmates can proudly stand behind the end results.
“We’re just as surprised as everybody else by this record. I’ve had so many people say, ‘No offense, but when guys your age put out an album, they’re always kind of pitiful, and this is not a pitiful album – you guys did a great job,'” he laughed. “What we need is a couple hundred thousand people that feel that way and can get the word out, because there’s really no other way to do it”.