VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE: 'Perfect Lie' Video Released

March 8, 2016

"Perfect Lie", the new video from the Los Angeles rock act VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE, can be seen below. The dark and seductive clip was directed by Orie McGinness (OCEANO, GET SCARED) and is a perfect companion for the sexy, industrial track.

VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE vocalist Michael Orlando stated about the track: "Relationships are the devil's way to fuck with humanity. We put our trust in others and pray they return the trust 100-fold! However, 99 percent of the time, we are let down and lose pieces of ourselves in the process. This song represents the trials and tribulations of this ritual. My last relationship taught me trust is overrated. I lost a giant piece of myself and again the monster took over. I am better as a monster because of it."

"Perfect Lie" is taken from VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE's forthcoming full-length, "Ritual", which will be released on March 18. The CD was produced by Matt Good (FROM FIRST TO LAST, DRUGS),mixed by David Bendeth (BRING ME THE HORIZON, PARAMORE),and is the follow-up to 2012's "Hellbound And Heartless".

"Ritual" track listing:

01. Perfect Lie
02. Violent World
03. Black Betty
04. Take Me To Church (feat. Alex Koehler)
05. The Ghost Inside My Head
06. Truth In You
07. The Demon Inside Me
08. 9 Lives
09. American Nightmare


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