YOUR DEMISE: 'Karma' Video Released

"Karma", the new video from the British hardcore outfit YOUR DEMISE, can be seen below. Taken from the band's forthcoming new EP "Cold Chillin'", "Karma" — which has been made available for free download — is a feral musical uppercut, loaded with riffs, grooves and vocal venom. The accompanying clip was shot and directed by upcoming director Felix "Phoenix" Dickinson, and continues the YOUR DEMISE tradition of striking visual statements that, more often than not, set the Internet ablaze; be it via their album artwork, merchandise or music videos, YOUR DEMISE are not a band to follow trends or convention, and "Karma" is certainly no different.

Enlisting the help of their fans, friends and Britain's inclement January weather during "Karma"'s intense 48-hour production, YOUR DEMISE have once again returned with a bang: say what you will about them, this ain't a band of half measures, and they don't do things quietly.

The EP will be unleashed on February 7 to coincide with the band's U.K headline dates and marks the band's first official release since their departure from Visible Noise Records. For the EP's release, the quintet have teamed up with longtime collaborators Impericon.com and Leeds-based DIY label Pinky Swear Records, with Impericon handling the CD edition and PSR an exclusive vinyl pressing.

"Impericon and Pinky Swear are both very dedicated to music, and separate themselves from the bullshit that can hang around in the music industry," says YOUR DEMISE guitarist Stuart Paice. "They have shown us great passion and support, and have helped us in our mission to create a really special and personal release, which will also be very cool for our fans."

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To support the EP release, YOUR DEMISE will headline a U.K. tour in February and they're enlisting the help of their friends from around the world to do so; joining YOUR DEMISE will be new U.K. hopes HEIGHTS, hotly tipped Canadian hardcore band COUNTERPARTS and eclectic Japanese mob FACT.

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