Industrial Metal act Gabriel and The Apocalypse (GATA) are back with a killer new video today, making its world premiere at Ghost Cult! They have released a clip of their explosive track “Systematic Chaos (Burn It Down Remix)” by Rick Stitch Thomas (Mushroomhead), which you can purchase at the link below. The clip has a throwback feel with footage of vocalist Lindy Gabriel shot in her home studio juxtaposed with some old school footage of war, trippy visuals, and a good old fashioned spanking among other things! Check it out!
The band commented:
We arrived home from tour in early March just as the country’s music venues were shutting down due to COVID and had some time on our hands. Everything was handled remotely, Lindy filmed the shots of herself in our studio and sent it over to the editor and wrapped it up pretty quickly. The song is a remix of our song Systematic Chaos from our “Alpha Bionic” full-length release last year.
Ghost Cult has teamed up with modern Industrial Metal band Gabriel And The Apocalypse today to share the debut of their new music video, ‘Electro-Mechanical’! The track comes off of their recent album, Alpha Bionic, now streaming on major DSPs. The video is a tripped out sensory overload showing off the fun and kinky side of the band! The band impressed us tremendously when we saw them live, with their blend of swinging beats, heavy riffs, slinky synths, and melodic vocals. They are also great live! Watch the video for ‘Electro-Mechanical’ now! Continue reading →
The Civil Unrest Tour has added some new names to its ever growing list of confirmed acts. While the basic tour consist of Ill Nino, Kittie and 36 Crazyfists, Straight Line Stitch and The Bloodline have joined the list of acts performing on select stops, alongside Motorgrater, Thira, Lydia Can’t Breathe opening the run, and other special guests in select markets include:
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Jun 03: The Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO Jun 04: The Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO Jun 06: Skyway Theatre – Studio B – Minneapolis, MN Jun 07: Mojoes – Joliet, IL Jun 08: Q&Z Expo Center – Ringle, WI Jun 09: Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN Jun 10: The Reverb/Spicoli’s – Waterloo, IA Jun 11: Cheers Pub – South Bend, IN Jun 12: The Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI Jun 13: The Warehouse – Clarksville, TN Jun 16: Trees – Dallas, TX Jun 17: Scout Bar – Houston, TX Jun 18: The Dirty Dog Bar – Austin, TX Jun 19: 210 Kapone’s – San Antonio, TX Jun 20: Jake’s Back Room – Lubbock, TX Jun 21: Tricky Falls – El Paso, TX