HARM: 'Argue & Grin' Video Released

"Argue & Grin", the new video from Canadian metallers HARM, can be seen below. The track is the first single from the band's forthcoming album, "The Nine", which is scheduled for release on September 11 in North America via FrostByte Media. The video was directed by noted Canadian music photographer Darko Dan and captures the darkness of the eerie and compelling song.

Formed in 2003 in southern Ontario, Canada, HARM combines a ferociously groove-heavy metallic sound with blistering riffs. Since the band's inception, HARM has toured throughout Canada, most recently in support of their 2008 self-titled, independently released debut album.

HARM is Steve Sharpen (vocals), Joe Schacher (bass), Nick Smyth (drums) and Mike Allen (guitar).

Photo credit: Darko Dan


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