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The London metallers Savage Messiah have announced that fellow Brits and label mates The More I See will support them on select dates of their recently-announced U.K. tour, which kicks off on October 25th in Oxford.
Savage Messiah front man Dave Silver comments: "We're really pleased to be bringing The More I See out with us in November. We've known the guys for a while and they're a great bunch, and also a great new British heavy metal band. Bring on November!"
The More I See lead guitarist Gizz Butt adds: "It's an absolute honour and a very exciting prospect that we will be touring with Savage Messiah in the fall of 2014. After the 'Plague of Conscience' album being eternally on repeat in The More I See band van, then 'The Fateful Dark' arriving in March 2014, and THEN to share quality time with Dave Silver as a fellow Heavy Metal Truant on the 160-mile cycle ride 'to Download or bust', it's a privilege to be able to support a band we all really dig and feel akin with from a musical and labelmates perspective. FUCKING BRING THE FUCKER ON!!!" More...
British groove metal act The More I See posted a new music video for the track "The Eye That Offends." The song appears on the band's upcoming new LP "The Disappearing Humans," the fourth full length album, which is due for release on August 26, 2013 via Earache Records.
The video was shot on the set of one of the most legendary movies of all time: Star Wars. Check it out here:
British metallers The More I See have finished shooting their first ever music video for the track "The Eye That Offends," on the set of one of the most legendary movies of all time: Star Wars. Earache Records comments:
"Long after being abandoned, TMIS - led by 22-year old Peterborough native James Cluer - traveled deep into the Tunisian desert to shoot what is undoubtedly one of the most visually stunning music videos ever made. With the ever-shifting desert sands gradually moving in and
reclaiming the land, the band chose to visit the iconic movie set before it's lost forever, capturing in the process a stunning performance in an equally stunning locale. More...