TODAY IS THE DAY: 'IED' Video Available
The brand new video for TODAY IS THE DAY's defiant anthem "IED" can be viewed below (courtesy of MTV.com). The song is the lead-off track on TODAY IS THE DAY's latest album, "Axis Of Eden". The clip was directed by Montreal director David Hall, whose credits include a video and short film for Relapse Records grinders FUCK THE FACTS.
TODAY IS THE DAY frontman Steve Austin describes the "IED" video as "a schizophrenic, psychedelic slap at reality... The song is a statement of honesty and truth, willing to die for what's right and live to see justice. I feel like a lot of times I am an IED, an Improvised Explosive Device, and when I go off it is in a creative and hateful way you will never forget."
The "IED" video is part of "Axis Of Eden: The Feature Film", a feature film directed by David Hall that contains a number of the songs from TODAY IS THE DAY's "Axis Of Eden" album, set to dizzying imagery and a horrific plot line. On TODAY IS THE DAY's upcoming U.S. tour (its fourth tour in support of the "Axis Of Eden" album), the band will be projecting "Axis Of Eden: The Feature Film" onstage in its entirety and playing live along to it, a bold spectacle of sight and sound that Austin compares to PINK FLOYD's live presentation of "The Wall".
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