CHEMTRAIL, the post-rock/instrumental rock band from Asbury Park, NJ, has released another new music video for their new song called “Safe Passage,” from an all-new LP due out this summer.
The band had previously released a music video for “Void Crawler,” which can be seen below. Both “Safe Passage and “Void Crawler” are now available on all streaming platforms. Both tracks are also available as iTunes instant grat tracks, meaning fans who pre-order the album on iTunes will receive both songs as instant downloads.
Directed by guitarist Mike Burke and veteran music video director and keyboard player Bobby Bates, this is the second music video we’ve seen from the six-piece.
The band will also hold a record release show on 7/5 at House Of Independents in Asbury Park with Gatherers and Nathan Gray, of Boysetsfire. Click here for tickets.
CHEMTRAIL will release an all-new LP titled Collider on July 5, 2019, via Good Fight Music. All pre-orders and pre saves are available now.
Chemtrail began creating songs in early 2006. The musical background of Chemtrail’s members is diverse. Their resumés boast a history of punk rock, stoner rock, emo, and metal bands all of which are evident in certain parts of their songwriting.
Their music contains no vocals; they are an instrumental band whose songs communicate through raw emotion rather than lyrical messages. Loud-quiet-loud, inspirational build-ups, and heart-wrenching soundscapes are all constituents of Chemtrail’s sound.
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