BLACK PYRAMID: 'Mirror Messiah' Video Posted Online

"Mirror Messiah", the new video from the doom rock trio BLACK PYRAMID. can be viewed below. The clip was lensed at Massachusetts' Valley Homegrown and features an audio mix courtesy of Justin Pizzoferrato (SONIC YOUTH, WITCH, DINOSAUR JR.).

The "Mirror Messiah" video drops hot on the heels of BLACK PYRAMID's recent U.S. tour dates in support of the band's full-length debut, "Black Pyramid" (MeteorCity Records).

Known for its dynamic sound that blends towering riff cosmos with magnetic psychedelic rock, BLACK PYRAMID has been turning heads in the underground music world since its formation in late 2007. The band's instantly agreeable bang and spectacular live shows have pegged it as an "artist to watch" and has garnered the trio an army of loyal enthusiasts. BLACK PYRAMID’s thunderous tone, fire-eating licks, lyrical bent and single-minded devotion to music has drawn comparison to big guns such as ELECTRIC WIZARD, TORCHE and the pre-HIGH ON FIRE band SLEEP.


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