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Beyond Creation Releases New Music Video For "Omnipresent Creation"

Montreal's rising-star progressive death metal wizards Beyond Creation have just released the new official music video for their song "Omnipresent Perception." The track comes off debut album "The Aura" and the clip is available below. Beyond Creation was also covered in the technical death metal edition of our "Unearthing the Metal Underground" column earlier this year.

"This video was created in collaboration with Obnoxious Entertainment, a brand-new production company from Montreal," comments BC singer/guitarist Simon Girard. "'Omnipresent Perception' contains a simple and direct message: we are free to trust in whatever we want, but we should first trust in ourselves, and make sure we do it the right way! We are very happy with the end result of this video and we hope people will have as much watching it as we did making it."

For more on Beyond Creation, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.

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1. silvermountains writes:

dat bass. so good.

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2. Drum_Junkie writes:

^ Tru dat! Reminds me of Steve Digiorgio...
The guitar work is pretty sick as well!

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3. Overlord writes:

Dominic LaPointe is a monster on da bass, Augury/Beyond Creation have some of the sickest grooves I have ever heard.

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