THE SAFETY FIRE: 'DMB (FDP)' Video Released

"DMB (FDP)", the new video from British progressive metallers THE SAFETY FIRE, can be seen below. The clip features footage from the band's recent U.K. tour with French metal titans GOJIRA.

"DMB (FDP)" comes off THE SAFETY FIRE's debut album, "Grind The Ocean", which was released in April via InsideOut Music.

THE SAFETY FIRE has always pushed the boundaries of technical, progressive metal since its inception. With their expansive atmospheres and soaring melodies, it's easy to see why vocalist Sean McWeeney, bassist Lori Peri, drummer Calvin Smith and guitarists Derya "Dez" Nagle and Joaquin "Jo" Ardiles are now at the forefront of their ever-growing genre.

Commented Dez: "'DMB (FDP)' is one of our favourite songs to play live and was an obvious choice for this video. We love touring, and wanted to give a wider audience a glimpse into what our live show is all about. We filmed over several U.K. dates, including our performance at Download and our recent run with GOJIRA. We were lucky enough to have our good friend Jamie Carter produce the video, whose eclectic credits include RISE TO REMAIN, CONOR MAYNARD, FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND and PROFESSOR GREEN, to name a few. Other filming duties were handled by our friends and crew, including our brĂ¼ Adam Nolly Getgood, who recently joined PERIPHERY. More importantly this video will help spread the message of #FDP. Jokes."

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