Australian alternative metal act All This Filth have officially released their brand new video for the track “Drowning” which comes off their latest album “Misery Season” released last year. This is the band’s first full video feature and the track is also available on all digital streaming platforms HERE.
On the song and upcoming video for “Drowning”, frontman Brendan Preston comments: “Drowning is basically about my terrible mental state. It’s about Depression and the feeling of constantly being dragged below the surface and rising again, only to be hit by another wave. It’s relentless. It’s just life for anyone, but made much harder when you’re suffering from a mental illness. I think a lot of people can relate and connect to the song and that’s why we’ve decided to do this as our first video clip for the “Misery Season” album.”
Watch the video for “Drowning” HERE
All This Filth‘s most recent album “Misery Season” gained a West Australia Music Award nomination earlier in 2019 for the first single “This Is Misery”, their second nomination in the band’s career. A second single release, “Reject The Machine” followed with an accompanying lyric video.
To the uninitiated, All This Filth are a Metal band from Perth, Western Australia. They blend many different Metal and heavy sub genres including Groove Metal, Thrash, Hardcore, Death Metal, Industrial Metal and even hints of Sludge and Nu-Metal to create a unique blend of aggressive fury. Strongly influenced by bands such as Fear Factory, Chimaira and Sepultura, the essence of what metal really means is expressed sonically through the crushing riffs, solid drums and ballsy bass, while being dynamically shaped with electronic keys and audio samples.
All This Filth, or otherwise known as ATF spent much of 2018 writing and recording their sophomore album “Misery Season”. Recorded over several months from June – November 2018, the band pushed themselves to complete the momentous task and are ready to hit the road to prepare everyone for what is to come!