[LOCAL NEWS] Ruff Majik unveil zombie apocalypse themed video

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When hell is full, the dead will walk the earth – turns out they like rock ‘n roll too

– Ruff Majik

Lead Pills And Thrills is the third single to be released from The Devil’s Cattle, the
upcoming album from South African stoner rock collective Ruff Majik. It’s the first one to
feature long-time producer and new member Evert Snyman plus founding member Johni
Holiday front and centre on vocal duties. It’s also first time the band experimented with
piano driven rock ‘n roll. Lyrically, the song deals with crippling addiction to both lost love

and alcohol.

The video is the conceptual follow up for the animated feature for previous single Who

Keeps Score.

“Jimmy (bassist) and I are both out in the wasteland, being pursued by zombies. Evert has
been taken hostage by a zombie horde to be the personal piano man for their bar – and we
set out to rescue him. Once there, we discover we’ve have fallen right into a clumsily

planned trap.”, laughs Johni.

This music video (as with the previous videos and album art) is a love letter to B-grade
horror and action movies, and this vision was captured perfectly by Tiger And Lilly


Watch the video

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Buy //Stream the track https://orcd.co/leadpillsandthrills


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The Devil’s Cattle releases on the 30th October 2020 via Mongrel Records.

“Ever imagined what Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats might sound like after inhaling a load of
Wolfmother records, then downing a large pot of really strong coffee?” – Classic Rock

“I’m beginning to pick up on a distinctive sound and style belonging to Ruff Majik and them

alone.” – Doomed & Stoned

“There’s an authenticity to Ruff Majik that is just as valuable as the other metallic exports
from their homeland even though no amount of gold can buy it.” – Invisible Oranges

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