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In The Presence Of Wolves Posts "Storm In A Red Dress" Video

New Jersey/Philadelphia progressive rock/metal group In The Presence of Wolves today releases a brand new music video for "Storm In A Red Dress."

Originally imagined with a short film style, director Ryan Beacher was able to shrink down the footage into a four-and-a-half minute music video. The theme of the video relates to the title and concept behind the track – a devilish woman out to cause trouble.

Guitarist/vocalist Chris Capitanio explains, “Tom (our lead actor) goes out for a night on the town, only to come in contact with a devilish woman in a red dress. Unbeknownst to Tom, she drugs him and leads him on a night he will never remember.”

Capitanio adds, “Our original concept was very different from the final product but the one characteristic that stuck around was that we wanted it to be trippy. Tom (the lead actor) actually came up with the idea of wanting to walk around Philly in a kimono while tripping out and the video stemmed entirely from that concept. It was important to us that video wasn't super serious. We take our music very seriously but we don't take ourselves seriously at all. It was a lot of fun to finally explore that part of our personalities and still connect it with our music.”

In The Presence Of Wolves released debut full-length album, "Thalassas," this past December. The track listing is:

1. Man of the Times
2. Storm in a Red Dress
3. Hypoxia
4. Palladium
5. Birdsong
6. Thalassas I: The Careless Abandon
7. Thalassas II: What Dwells Below (The Portal)
8. Thalassas III: Back to the Surface

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