Acclaimed Canadian quartet MINORS have streamed the video for their highly personal song 'Garden of Dismalism'.
Premiered via Exclaim!, you can now watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71BtLDKTjEc
In the words of guitarist Nick Kinnish: "The lyrics for 'Garden of Dismalism' are pretty personal. So when we decided to create a video for the song, we wanted it to cover a separate concept entirely. We came up with an idea of two friends having a conversation about their fears, but instead of it helping to clear their minds, the conversation spirals into something else altogether. The rest of it, we will leave for the viewer to interpret for themselves."
The single is taken from MINORS' uncompromising sophomore LP Abject Bodies, released 22nd February via Holy Roar Records/Deathwish.
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Fully intent on taking their listeners as far as they can, the quartet take you into the most oppressing and dismal place the mind can conjure: Abject Bodies is a caustic sea of feedback and grinding noise, reminiscent of the best experimental noise, sludge, and hardcore.
Since their first LP, Atrophy, MINORS have spent their time touring their native Canada, finding themselves sharing stages with the most familiar names in modern sludge and hardcore, including Primitive Man, Spectral Voice and Homewrecker.
In Spring 2018 the band crossed the pond to tour the UK with labelmates Watchcries before crafting this latest LP. For fans of Converge, Employed To Serve, Will Haven, the bleak and bitter, MINORS' Abject Bodies demands your attention.
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