SAVAGE MESSIAH: 'Hellblazer' Video Released

SAVAGE MESSIAH: 'Hellblazer' Video Released

London metallers SAVAGE MESSIAH have released a brand new music video for the track "Hellblazer", featuring London contortionist Pixie Le Knot ("Game Of Thrones" season 3, "The Devil Inside"). Check it out below.

With eye-watering riffs, lung-busting vocals and fist-in-the-air fearsomeness, "Hellblazer" tells a tale of power, religion and corrupted innocence through an ancient Illuminati ritual. The music video was filmed with director Tom Walsh (BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, PENDULUM) and features a mesmerizing performance from Le Knot.

"Hellblazer" is taken from SAVAGE MESSIAH's new album, "The Fateful Dark", which is due to be released on March 10 in Europe and March 18 in the USA. The album is available to pre-order now from the Earache webstore on CD with an exclusive bonus disc featuring three cover tracks, and is also available on limited edition coloured vinyl LP including a bonus 10-inch vinyl featuring four cover tracks.

"The Fateful Dark" is also available to pre-order now on iTunes, including three bonus cover tracks and three instant grat tracks.

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SAVAGE MESSIAH frontman Dave Silver comments: "As we get ever closer to the release date for 'The Fateful Dark', we're very pleased to unveil our latest promo for the track 'Hellblazer'.

"Musically, this is a solid representation of the SAVAGE MESSIAH sound; melodic, heavy, catchy and with guitar solos galore! We tried to invoke that classic URIAH HEEP-esque groove with this track, so we hope you dig it!

"And talking of invoking, the video depicts us conducting a kind of exorcism ritual of sorts where we draw the evil pope from contortionist and 'Game Of Thrones' actress Pixie Le Knot!

"We want to extend our thanks to director Tom Walsh and all involved in creating this video!"

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