ODIUM: 'At The Bottom' Video Teaser Available
Walkerton, Ontario-based metallers ODIUM have posted a teaser for their video for the song "At The Bottom". The track is taken from the group's recently released Year of the Sun debut album of the same name, which was produced by Greg Dawson (THE END, MONEEN, STARRING JANET LEIGH).
According to a press release, ODIUM's brand of melodic metal collides with anthemic choruses that creates dark soundscapes that have begun creating a buzz around the group's debut album. Inside Pulse proclaimed "ODIUM has taken the blueprint of melodic metal from Sweden's IN FLAMES and tempered the attack with a hint of KILLSWITCH ENGAGE to create a sort of Canadian leviathan."
ODIUM developed a following by playing packed shows throughout Ontario with the likes of ARISE AND RUIN, FUCK THE FACTS and STARRING JANET LEIGH. The group's "sound of molten metal collides with anthemic choruses to create dark and creepy soundscapes," according to a press release.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/odiummusic.
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