Art Of Shock release their new music video for title track \”Dark Angeles\” today. Watch the exclusive premiere on Lambgoat, HERE.
\”We got lucky! We shot the \’Dark Angeles\’ video right before the quarantine started. Several people from our crew bailed out last minute, understandably. We thought for a second that it wasn\’t going to happen. Luckily for us, the most essential people soldiered on and we got it done,\” states Art Of Shock frontman Art Geezar about the music video.
\”I conceived this video with the help of our good friend and director, Arturo Zuniga, in a very short period of time. Arturo is an extremely talented artist and he put together a high quality and visually stunning video; dark and violent, a real visual representation of those hopeless and suffocating feelings that inspired the song itself.
The video conveys the desperate nature of life in Los Angeles. People come here with big dreams and very little else. It makes them do shitty things just to get by. It\’s a dark place that can kick the shit out of you.\”
Art Of Shock recentlyreleased their new album Dark Angeles on March 20th via Century Media Records. The band\’s Century Media debut churns with that intensity of the city of (fallen) angels. AOS\’ hard-luck and hard-won story begins with their debut at the Whiskey A-Go-Go. Without having a full band or equipment, they book a show, with less than two weeks to pull it off and pull it off they did. The stint landed the band a slew of shows throughout SoCal and a ravenous fan base in the LA metal scene. Art Of Shock\’s sheer determination then found the band securing a spot on the Vans Warped Tour. Over the years the band have shared the stage with the likes of Trivium, The Cavalera Conspiracy, Sacred Reich, and more. With Dark Angeles out now, the band is ready to show the world what they\’re made of. Fans can purchase and stream the full-length album, which was produced and mixed by Mark Lewis (Megadeth, Cannibal Corpse, The Black Dahlia Murder) HERE.
Art Of Shock is Art Geezar (vocals, rhythm guitar), Nicholas Ertel (lead guitar), Adrian Geezar (drums), and Brice Snyder (bass).