BEYOND DESCRIPTION: 'Full And Empty' Video Posted Online

Up-and-coming Swedish rock band BEYOND DESCRIPTION have uploaded their video for the song "Full and Empty", taken from the group's indepdently released EP, "Faith Is the Trigger", at this location. The video was directed and produced in Kalmar with director Pontus Danielsson from Filmhouse, who also recently worked with the Swedish national broadcast company (SVT).

BEYOND DESCRIPTION spent the summer in the studio recording an as-yet-untitled EP, which is being described by the group as having a "more rough sound" than its predecessor. They also played several shows during the summer, including an appearance at the Göteborgskalaset (alongside bands like PAIN, CANDLEMASS and THE (INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY), as well as a gig in June in front of 10,000 people in a small Swedish town called Skövde.

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