New No Sin Evades His Gaze video is dark and dirty
For such a new band, No Sin Evades His Gaze have had a whale of a first year in the public eye. They spent a good amount of time crafting their debut album Age Of Sedation – and it was worth it – and both before and since have been on some great festival bills, including Bloodstock, UK Tech Fest and Mammothfest.
Things have been sort of quiet since the summer, but the band recently joined up with UK management group Monolithic Music (no direct relation) and have just put out this new video for “Filth“, from the aforementioned album:
It’s a suitably dark and moody performance video, with photogenic frontman James Denton gurning and twitching like the younger brother of Léon‘s Norman Stansfield whilst the rest of the band, often shrouded in shadow, weedle and whack away at their various instruments. Whilst technical, there’s also a serious level of groove going on.
Speaking of the video, the band said:
While the “Age Of Sedation” video had quite a large, epic scope to fit the theme, we wanted “Filth” to be more fast-paced and somewhat chaotic. We had the idea of having the camera actually being pushed and thrown into the following shot to give the visuals quite a fluid and aggressive look. We’re all incredibly stoked with the results!
Age Of Sedation is available now via their Bandcamp. Tour dates are due to be announced soon; watch this space. In the meantime, you can catch them at Camden’s Black Heart supporting DispersE, with Red Seas Fire, and Terraform on February 13th.