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CONTINENTS: More Video From Footage From 'Idle Hands' Recording Sessions
- Jan. 5, 2013
The third in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of "Idle Hands", the new album from the South Wales, U.K. metal/hardcore outfit CONTINENTS, can be seen below. The latest clip features footage of vocalist Philip Cross and bassist Dominic Turner laying down tracks at Studio Six in Swindon, England.
"Idle Hands" will be released on January 22 via Victory Records.
Kerrang! magazine described CONTINENTS' sound as "energy-fueled epic-core with lots of aggression, a healthy blend of raw shouts and low end growls and foot stomping hooks."
"We've always tried to put our own passion for our music before external influence, the most important thing for us is that we enjoy the music we play, and if other people enjoy it too then that's awesome," said Cross. "We like to mix elements of our favorite styles and influences, and then put our own perspective on things to see where it takes us."
Formed in 2010, CONTINENTS quickly established themselves within the U.K. music scene. They are five self-proclaimed "lads with a party attitude who love getting groups of people into a room who share their passion for music." In concert, this bunch throws a blistering barrage of songs and energy at the crowd which is evident in their first music video from the band's self-released single "Trials", which received over 10,000 views on YouTube in just the first few days. Thanks to "Trials", the band was voted as a favorite YouTube U.K. metal act in November 2011 and was featured on the YouTube home page.
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