A BREACH OF SILENCE: 'There Will Be Blood' Video Released

July 20, 2013

"There Will Be Blood", the new video from Brisbane, Australia's powercore band A BREACH OF SILENCE, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Caleb Graham, produced by David Wayland (PARKWAY DRIVE) and filmed near Byron Bay and Lennox Heads in NWS, Australia.

The "There Will Be Blood" video begins as a bank robbery in progress by the band wearing masks portraying U.S. presidents, Saddam Hussein and Pope Benedict. A high-speed chase ensues on a deserted road throughout Byron Bay, where the thieves start disagreeing over how the "loot" should be divided amongst them. Chaos ensues on the cliffs of Lennox Heads (captured by some amazing helicopter fly-by footage),as the band begins fighting on the edge of the cliffs, risking their lives over the stolen money in the briefcase.

"In life, you are faced with tough issues and you need to face them head-on if you want to succeed," states A BREACH OF SILENCE guitarist Mat Cosgrove. "The lyrics — there will be blood (meaning there will be pain) but no remorse (push through to achieve and get on with it) — essentially reflect what the song is about." Bassist Blair Layt adds: "The video basically shows that we have robbed a bank. We all start to get greedy and fight. In that moment, we are on top of the world achieving crazy big things, but it can fall down so easily over just one little thing."

"There Will Be Blood" comes off A BREACH OF SILENCE's new full-length CD entitled "Dead Or Alive", which will be released October 1 by Eclipse Records. The effort was produced by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd (BRING ME THE HORIZON, OPETH, IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY) and recorded at HK Studios in Brisbane, Australia.


Mat Cosgrove (guitar)
Blair Layt (bass, vocals)
Andrew Cotterell (drums)
Rhys Flannery (vocals)
Kerrod Dablestein (guitar)

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