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Riksha Posts "Skeleton Rain Dance" Music Video

Salt Lake City's Riksha just released an official music video for "Skeleton Rain Dance," taken from latest full-length album "Five Stages of Numb." The video was shot at a green screen studio in Salt Lake City and was produced by Masha Goruleva of All4band Studios in Czech Republic Koruna.

Riksha frontman Palmer states, "The song 'Skeleton Rain Dance' was inspired by the loss of (our bassist) Kevin Bronson's brother (Carcass). The song is about feeling invisible, feeling lost in one's own skin, loneliness and suicide."

Riksha recently inked a worldwide deal with Zombie Shark Records, the new record label from Noah “Shark” Robertson (Motograter, Ex-The Browning). The band’s latest album "Five Stages Of Numb" was recorded at Elevate Studios by notable producer and drummer for Chelsea Grin, Pablo Viveros. Album art was provided by Die Elster.

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1. Emile writes:

What sh** is this? Garage band quality. No rage no real feel for metal. Did their wives max out their credit cards and they were angry for 1 day? Won't be visiting this site again. Underground my c***. Can play this poes at church.

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