Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Revision, Revised Premiere Music Video For "Clocksweeper" at BlankTV
Ohio-based melodic metal band Revision, Revised have dropped a brand new music video for their devastatingly heavy track, "Clocksweeper." The video, which premiered at BlankTV yesterday, is an eerie psychological thriller that mirrors the stunningly aggressive track. "Clocksweeper" was produced by highly-acclaimed Detroit-based metal producer Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada).
Frontman Charles Wilds had this to say about the new video: The video is a psychological horror, mirroring the lyrics of the song. "Clocksweeper" portrays a man who has been deceived by his own mind — but believes someone else had deceived him and wants revenge; however, everything leads back to himself in the end.
About Revision, Revised: Forming in Dec. 2012, Revision, Revised consists of vocalist Charles Cody Wilds, guitarists Evan Williams and Ryan McMillian, bassist Jared Webb, and drummer Mike Johnson. The Ohio-based quintet has devoted years to establishing a name for themselves in the southern Ohio metal scene, spending the majority of 2014 touring the eastern and Midwestern United States — promoting their upcoming debut effort, "Dead Icons." The record, produced by Joey Sturgis (Asking Alexandria, The Devil Wears Prada) in Detroit, MI, is set to drop early 2015.