Scattered Storm (ft. members Pissing Razors) New Music Video For HP Lovecraft Inspired “Necronomicon”
Video Premiere via V13
Debut EP “Oblivion” Out Now via Blood Blast Distribution
Scattered Storm released their debut EP “Oblivion” earlier this July via Blood Blast Distribution powered by Nuclear Blast. The EP is an introduction of much more music to follow from the Texas supergroup that is comprised of seasoned musicians Andre Acosta and Ed Razor from Pissing Razors fame with band founders Jay Arriaga (No Life on Earth, Years of Cold), and Kevin Armstrong (Mondoshawan, Section 6).
From the very tuning of the 7 and 8 string guitars and the very specific tonality, they produce the ambience provided by the keyboards to layers and layers of vocals to really convey Acosta’s sound. This is all finished off with the main focus, that catchy riff and rhythm to have the songs stay on people’s minds and headbanging along.
The EP’s main theme is darkness in various situations like social, personal, and the fantasy world. The EP lyrically touches on many social and fantasy subjects, one being their HP Lovecraft inspired track “Necronomicon”, which the band are sharing their new music video, which features clips of them performing live in their hometown of El Paso, TX.
The video for “Necronomicon” can be viewed via its premiere on V13.net HERE.
Scattered Storm‘s new EP “Oblivion” is available now on all digital platforms via Blood Blast Distribution – Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon.
Music Video – Kingslayer – https://youtu.be/5WbwojPueZ4
Lyric Video – Aeon Flux – https://youtu.be/7-nq-Eh0NrI
Lyric Video – Under The Fire – https://youtu.be/VgrtNxeqTNc
Aug 21 – RockHouse – El Paso, TX – w/ Flotsam and Jetsam
1. Aeon Flux (3:40)
2. Under The Fire (4:03)
3. Kingslayer (4:43)
4. Empty (4:23)
5. Necronomicon (3:16)
6. Scattered Storm (3:35)
EP Length: 23:41
Band Line Up:
Drums, Keyboards and Samples: Jay Arriaga
Guitars: Kevin Armstrong
Live Bass: Eddie “Razor” Garcia
Vocals: Andre Acosta
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