Tech metal mob The Safety Fire have dropped their music video for Floods of Colour from their upcoming debut album Grind the Ocean. It features a fair amount of alcohol consumption, drunkenness and ukulele breakdowns. We’re onto a winner here lads!
Music Video: The Safety Fire’s ‘Floods of Colour’
By Lewis Clark
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Long time fan of rock and metal, webmaster and lead writer at UK Scumscene. Occasional co-host of Catbird's Sunday Roasting on TotalRock.com, 12pm to 3pm every Sunday View all posts by Lewis Clark
This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 28th, 2012 at 22:51 and tagged with djent, floods of colour, grind the ocean, metal, music video, prog, prog metal, progressive, progressive metal, tech, tech metal, the safety fire and posted in Music Video. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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