"Endless Fields", the new video from Hungarian experimental "grunge-metalheads" ANGERTEA, can be viewed below. The band, which claims to be influenced by TOOL, ALICE IN CHAINS, DEFTONES and MESHUGGAH, shot the clip during the summer of 2009 on a barren Hungarian field in attempt to portray the tough conditions that Hungarian metal groups have to face.
"Endless Fields" comes off ANGERTEA's third album, "Twenty-Eight Ways to Bleed", which was released earlier in the year via Edge Records.
Mihály Gergely: Vocals, Guitar
Peralta Miguel: Bass
Bárkai László: Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/angertea.