Beware of Darkness Will Leave You Howling In Delight

Beware of Darkness

Beware of Darkness because there are some scary things in there.

Los Angeles rockers Beware of Darkness have released a new video for “Howl”. Released originally on the EP of the same name, the song is also the first single from the band’s debut album, Orthodox, to be released on May 7th through Bright Antenna. The video makes effective use of its black and white filming with some particularly disturbing imagery, as well as titillating. Those riffs are pretty money as well.

Frontman Kyle Nicolaides on the album:

“The working title was Bleak but it eventually became Orthodox. I kept writing that word down in my journals. The first half means right and true, the second half means belief. I think the record is a lot about that too – about coming into awareness.”

The album was recorded at the Sound Factory and Valley Recorder in Hollywood, CA, executive produced and mixed by Dave Sardy (Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, Nine Inch Nails), and produced by Greg Gordon and Kyle Nicolaides.

Orthodox Track Listing:
01. Howl
02. Sweet Girl
03. Ghost Town
04. Amen Amen
05. All Who Remain
06. Heart Attack
07. Morning Tea
08. End of the World
09. Life on Earth
10. My Planet is Dead
11. Salvation is Here
12. Hummingbird

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