ANTI-CLONE Release Freaky New Video


British masked nu-metal band release twisted freaky new music video

They’re one of the most talked about British underground metal bands of 2016. Following premieres by Scuzz TV and Kerrang Magazine, Anti-Clone have released their twisted new music video, ‘Astaroth’:

But behind the freak, (sic) visual landscape of ‘Astaroth’, as with everything Anti-Clone do, there’s method behind the madness.  Frontman Mr Clone explains, “The lesser key of Solomon states that he giveth true answers of things past, present, and to come, and can discover all secrets. The new video explores a man performing an invocation of this demon, to reveal the true nature of this world.”

Don’t miss Anti-Clone live:
29th Oct – Sheffield – Corporation (with Evil Scarecrow)
7th Nov – London – O2 Islington Academy (with Dope)
11th Nov – Chester – Live Rooms
26th Nov – Leeds – Leeds University
27th Nov – Nottingham – The Maze

Praise for Anti-Clone’s debut album ‘The Root Of Man’

“Monstrous” ‘Hot New Band’ – Metal Hammer
“There’s a sense of genuinely sick weirdness to them that’s all Anti-Clone. It makes them intriguing, fascinating” – Kerrang!
“Stunning…With ‘The Root Of Man’, Anti-Clone have upped their game” – Powerplay
“Anti-Clone mix vicious guitars, pounding drums and hellish vocals” – Terrorizer

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