HISS FROM THE MOAT Unveils Video for Title Track 'The Harrier'

HISS FROM THE MOAT, the transcontinental black/death metal band founded by acclaimed drummer James Payne (Vital Remains, Hour of Penance), have unveiled a video for the title track of their sophomore album The Harrier, due out via M-Theory Audio on February 22nd, 2019.

James Payne comments: "The song, 'The Harrier,' represents the identity of the album both for the instrumental part and the lyrics. The instrumental part is composed by many dynamic parts that create crescendos that then explode into more opened and epic parts, which is also how we composed the album itself -- powerful, but not only fast. The lyrics, instead, are composed from extracts of sacred and political texts (as it's indicated from the inscription in brackets) that, isolated and used in a more direct way, express and show how violent and brutal these books are, and sums up a good part of what the album itself talks about.

The video is composed from the lyrics that are supported from some illustrations that represent what the lyrics are saying. We chose to do this as a reference to how the illustrations were used in the past, to explain to whoever couldn't read, what was written in the sacred texts. We wanted to do the same thing here since, nowadays, almost everybody can read, but everyone have their own interpretation of whatever is written, instead, since we have a specific and clear message to deliver, we've used the images to kind of have the same role that they had in the past -- to explain to whoever gets our message, the meaning of it, to avoid misinterpretations."

Hiss From The Moat - The Harrier

Hiss From The Moat - The Harrier

The Badial Despondency
The Harrier
I Will Rise
The Passage To Hell
Slaves To War
Sine Animvs
The Abandonment
The Allegory Of Upheaval
God Nephasto
The Decay Of Lies

Entered: 12/18/2018 9:33:39 PM

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