Pacific Northwest band AGALLOCH's long-awaited and much-anticipated new album "Ashes against the Grain" (out August 8 on The End Records) is being streamed in its entirety at MP3.com. The band recently filmed a video for the song "Not unlike the Waves" with director Nicole Phillips and cinematographers Richard Stark and Juan Mosqueda. Over nine hours of footage was shot in three days and the results are said to be "quite stunning." To film aficionados, the style of the video will call to mind the work of Ingmar Bergman, Mario Bava, and the German Expressionist movement.AGALLOCH will be making their first appearance in Europe in the fall as openers on the NOVEMBERS DOOM headlining tour.
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