DESERT ROCK ENLISTS SOME SHARP MILITARY VISUALS AS BRISBANE ROCK WIZARDS MAJOR ELECTRIC BOLSTER UP THEIR POUNDING TRACK EASY TO KILL WITH A SHARP AND STIRRING MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERING TODAY ON THE SOUNDCHECK.
Blending vintage tones with salient production, Major Electric swing their fuzzy sonic axe through an eclectic infusion of blues, psych and fiery alt-rock, conjuring at times memories of everyone from Queens Of The Stone Age to Muse - but with their own charismatic twist. And with their debut album 'Eyes On The Prize' recently out and about into the world it seemed we had spied all the tricks up the Major Electric sleeve - until today, that is, with the gents unleashing their first ever music video for their riffing anthem 'Easy To Kill'.
Dolled up in buzz saw guitars, thunderous rhythmics and ardent vocals, 'Easy To Kill' is easy on the ears and heavy on the crunch as it thematically delves into some pretty dark territories, perfectly reflected in the accompanying military-themed music video. Featuring some snappy animation and editing from visual visionary Adrian Goleby, the clip diverges from lavish self-indulgence and instead lays bare the realities of the battlefield, highlighting the power and impact of war and exploring the extremes of government experimental projects such as MKUltra via some vivid imagery throughout the music video
If you fancy some killer hooks with a soul (and don't mind a dynamic twist on some classic rock and roll) - come for the riffs and stay for the audiovisual feast dished up by Major Electric with their debut music video.
Come check out Major Electric's brand new clip for 'Easy To Kill below ahead of its official release later this week, and for more Major Electric info, head HERE.
BY TIANA SPETER