SAVAGE MESSIAH - Hellblazer (video)

I tried to think of something clever to say about this video. I tried to articulate the guitar playing. I wanted to come up with something insightful about the composition. Epic FAIL on my part. All I managed was a mighty "ROOOOAARRRRRRRGGGGHHHHHHHHH" and massive amounts of head banging about the flat. So I shall just give you Savage Messiah's next track from the upcoming Earache album The Fateful Dark out on march 10th. Here is "Hellblazer"






SAVAGE MESSIAH frontman Dave Silver comments:

"As we get ever closer to the release date for 'The Fateful Dark', we're very pleased to unveil our latest promo for the track 'Hellblazer'.  Musically, this is a solid representation of the Savage Messiah sound; melodic, heavy, catchy and with guitar solos galore!  We tried to invoke that classic Uriah Heep-esque groove with this track so we hope you dig it!  And talking of invoking, the video depicts us conducting a kind of exorcism ritual of sorts where we draw the evil pope from contortionist and Game of Thrones actress Pixie Le Knot!  We want to extend our thanks to director Tom Walsh and all involved in creating this video!"

Pre-order the album now from the Earache Webstore in Europe at http://webstore.earache.com/savage-messiah or in North America at http://uswebstore.earache.com/savage-messiah

THE FATEFUL DARK is also available to pre-order now on iTunes, including three bonus cover tracks and three instant grat tracks, at http://bit.ly/fatefuldarkitunes


See SAVAGE MESSIAH on tour at the following shows:

Mar. 02 - London, UK - Barfly
Mar. 05 - York, UK - Fibbers
Mar. 06 - Glasgow, UK - Audio
Mar. 07 - Manchester, UK - Sound Control
Mar. 08 - Wolverhampton, UK - Slade Rooms
Mar. 13 - Pwllheli, UK - Hammerfest
Apr. 19 - Norwich, UK - Thrashersaurus Festival
May 14-21 - San Antonio, Ibiza - Hard Rock Hell Road Trip

Get more SAVAGE MESSIAH news and info at:

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/SavageMessiahMetal

Twitter - http://twitter.com/savagemessiah

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