"If Error Were True", the new video from rising British metallers IMPALED EXISTENCE, can be seen below. The clip was produced by Tom Bohan (XERATH, BETRAEUS).
"If Error Were True" comes off IMPALED EXISTENCE's debut EP, "These Lifeless Plains", which came out last November. The five-track EP was recorded at Endless Studios in Birmingham and offers listeners a finely tuned combination of brutality and melody as well as taking on broad lyrical views ranging from humanity and our place within it to personal life struggles. The artwork was created by Darkgrove Designs (APOCALYPTICA, MANOWAR, TURISAS) and can be seen below.
Having shared the stage with the likes of EXODUS, SUICIDE SILENCE, EVILE, DECAPITATED, BORN OF OSIRIS, ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY and destroying "The New Blood Stage" at last year's Bloodstock festival, IMPALED EXISTENCE has earned its stripes and is fast becoming one of the U.K.'s most promising underground metal acts.
"These Lifeless Plains" track listing:
01. Between Sensation & Reality 02. Fictions Within The Mind 03. If Error Were True 04. Through Stinging Eyes 05. Worthy Of Remains
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