KUNVUK: 'Rapture Pt. 1 (Incite)' Video Released

"Rapture Pt. 1 (Incite)", the new video from Australian metallers KUNVUK, can be seen below. The track comes off the band's second album, "Consume Rapture", which was recorded, engineered and mixed by the band's guitarist and singer David Hart and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (DEATH, SWANS, MASTODON, CONVERGE, BARONESS, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, CLUTCH) in New Windsor, New York.

Commented the band: "The ['Rapture Pt. 1 (Incite)' video shows KUNVUK in the rehearsal space getting ready to go on tour. We tried to capture the sheer chaos that comes alive when we start breaking these monsters out in an enclosed space."

Another song from "Consume Rapture", "Teeth Swallower", was recently made available for free download from the KUNVUK web site, www.kunvuk.com.

KUNVUK recently announced plans to donate 50 percent of all profits from "Consume Rapture" to the "Save The Tasmanian Devil Program".


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