I’m super excited to present you with an exclusive premier for the latest video from one of my favorite modern metal bands, The Red Chord. Demoralizer, off the band’s latest release Fed Through the Teeth Machine, was shot on vocalist Guy Kozowyk’s property in an abandoned ceramics factory on Halloween and showcases some pretty gruesome illustrations by artist Tim Kellen, which were animated and brought to life by director Dave Brodsky of MyGoodEye. The artist used charcoal, meat, grape jelly, and chicken-guts in his illustrations, giving the Demoralizer video a truly bizarre appearance. Read on to check it out!
Catch THE RED CHORD live, performing with original drummer Michael Justian on the upcoming Burgers and Bowling Tour presented by Decibel Magazine and Metal Sucks, as they tour across the US with My Children My Bride, Chelsea Grin and Those Who Lie Beneath.
THE RED CHORD
Burgers And Bowling Tour
Tour w/ Mychildren Mybride, The Chelsea Grin, Those Who Lie Beneath
02/12 Pensacola, FL The Vault
02/13 Birmingham, AL 5 Points Music Hall
02/14 New Orleans, LA The High Ground
02/16 Wichita Falls, TX The Hangar
02/17 Tyler, TX Knights Of Columbus Hall
02/18 McAllen, TX The Incubator
02/19 Corpus Christi, TX House Of Rock
02/20 Houston, TX Meridian
02/21 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
02/23 Tucson, AZ The Rock
02/24 Las Vegas, NV Area 702
02/25 Bakersfield, CA Jerrys Pizza
02/26 Modesto, CA Modesto Virtual
02/28 Palmdale, CA The Crossing
03/01 Flagstaff, AZ The Joint
03/02 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad
03/03 Amarillo, TX The War Legion Underground
03/04 Oklahoma City, OK Bricktown Live
03/05 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
03/06 Louisville, KY Uncle Pleasants
03/07 Nashville, TN Rocketown
03/08 Columbia, SC New Brookland Tavern
03/09 Raleigh, NC The Brewery
03/11 Lancaster, PA Chameleon Club
03/12 South Hackensack, NJ School Of Rock
03/13 Hartford, CT Webster Underground
03/14 Holyoke, MA Water Front Tavern
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