Texas psychedelic rockers The Black Angels release video for track 'I'd Kill For Her'

Picture: Sandy Carson
HEADING to Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia Texas' The Black Angels have revealed the video for their latest single 'I'd Kill For Her'.

Produced by Phil Ek who has worked with the likes of Fleet Foxes and Father John Misty, the track has been taken from the new album 'Death Song' which features a hard-hitting sickening psychedelia.

With more grime than they've ever ventured within, the track has a menacing circus of chunky riffs, distant dirty vocals and hypnotising beats which brings on a rage of insanity.

Lead singer Alex Maas has created a meaty back story of inside the mind of a man driven by the belief that there's beauty in brutality.

The accompanying video directed by Bob Mustachio is a kaleidoscopic nightmare, forcing a totally mind-boggling concoction down the throats of dedicated psych lovers.

Definitely not one for the faint-hearted.



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