|"In Due Time"|
|Single by Killswitch Engage|
|from the album Disarm the Descent|
|Released||February 5, 2013|
|Recorded||2012 at Wicked Good Studios and Zing Studios, Westfield, Massachusetts|
|Songwriter(s)||Mike D'Antonio, Adam Dutkiewicz, Justin Foley, Jesse Leach, Joel Stroetzel|
|Killswitch Engage singles chronology|
"In Due Time" is the lead single from Killswitch Engage's sixth studio album, Disarm the Descent . The song is the band's first single to feature vocalist Jesse Leach since 2003's "The Element of One".The song charted at no. 23 on the Active rock chart and no. 26 on the Mainstream Rock chart.
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The song was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
The song's music video shows the band performing the song in the studio. It was directed by Ian McFarland and Mike Pecciand released February 27, 2013.
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|1.||"In Due Time" (Radio Mix)||3:19|
|2.||"In Due Time" (Album Version)||3:19|
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