US blackened hardcore mob Burning Tongue have released the video for their new single Howler. The track is taken from their upcoming album Prisoner’s Cinema which is set for release this Friday the 29th October 2021 through Aqualamb Records.
The video which premiered yesterday, 26th October, via heavy music media giants Revolver Magazine was shot and directed by label mate and Frayle guitarist Sean Bilovecky. Filming took place at an abandoned girl scout camp in Upstate New York, with Burning Tongue’s lead character Ned making another appearance in this surreal video.
Ned has left the confines of his suburban lair as documented in their first single Cult-De-Sac finding refuge in the woods and “makes” some new friends along the way. (No werewolves were harmed in the production of this video.)
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Chris Marotta – Vocals
Michael Beaujean – Guitar
Marc Sergeneian – Bass
Wilson Flores – Drums
Produced by Aqualamb
Directed by Sean Bilovecky & Burning Tongue
Filmed by Sean Bilovecky
About Burning Tongue
Burning Tongue originally formed as Blackest in 2012 based on a long-running friendship between Marotta, Beaujean and Flores, who crossed paths in high school in the early 00s CT/Westchester hardcore scenes. After a series of much lauded small releases including a record handpicked by the MetalSucks and Converse teams, the band landed dates as direct support for High on Fire on the strength of their debut EP. Dates with Full of Hell, Trap Them, Shai Hulud, Sect and more followed, leading to the necessity for a debut longplayer. Recorded in 2018 and 2019 at Chapel Black in Brooklyn, drummer Wilson Flores served as the man behind the faders, eventually passing the torch to the great Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise, Severed Head of State, etc) to master the effort.
The result is a true juggernaut: Prisoner’s Cinema is Merauder on meth, Leviathan off the anti-depressants and your bulldozing soundtrack to society’s collapse.
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