For their first full video feature, Perth industrial metal groovers All This Filth throw all their might at mental health battles with the clip for Drowning ahead of jumping on the road for the second leg of their 'Drown In Misery' tour.
Drawing influences from the likes of Fear Factory, Chimaira and Sepultura, All This Filth have consistently raged at the decay of society around them with their bruising and battering tunes emerging from the burgeoning Perth scene in 2008.
Spending most of 2018 writing and recording their sophomore album Misery Season, which released in March last year and garnered a West Australia Music Award nomination, the new year brings a new venture for the ATF lads with the recent release of a brand new music video which not only shreds - it also tackles the struggles of mental health in fitting ATF fashion.
“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.” - Brendan Preston, All This Filth frontman
But it ain't just visual treats on the ATF menu for 2020, with the group gearing up for the second leg of their 'Drown in Misery' tour, taking the gents on their first interstate run into NSW and starting proceedings in their hometown as part of the first ever Australian Wacken Metal Battle.
All This Filth are clearly armed and ready for the new year if their brand new clip is anything to go by, so be sure to catch them in all their sonic fury as they venture their live selves interstate for the first time. Tour info and ATF's brand new video below, and for all other All This Filth info, head HERE.
BY TIANA SPETER