Canadian metallers ODIUM have announced the exclusive online release of their new track "No Way Out" as part of a limited-edition digital single that will be made available for free to fans worldwide. Due to the overwhelming response to the accompanying video for the track, the single will include the song "No Way Out" as well as a free download of their new video in HD quality. The clip was directed by Chad Archibald of Black Fawn Films (BAPTIZED IN BLOOD, FAREWELL TO FREEWAY, MEGADETH, ARISE AND RUIN) and was shot on location in Guelph, Ontario. The concept of the video was designed to utilize the new camera technology that's available today with a focus on slow motion.
"With this new era of media, we felt that we had to create something really interesting and really unique," says Year Of The Sun label president C. Benner. "We were toying around with the idea of using 'No Way Out' as the main single off of the new album and when Chad came to us with the treatment for the video it really intensified the song and its lyrics. It really provokes a tactile response from the viewer and that was important especially for a band like ODIUM. It’s really an incredible visual presentation."
Thomas Emmans - Vocals Joe Mullen - Drums Andrew Fullerton - Guitar Bo Louther - Guitar Dale Burrows – Bass
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