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Dying of the Light: 'Factory' video

Dying of the Light: 'Factory' video

New Zealand Music Month is getting into full swing so it is a fitting time for DYING OF THE LIGHT to release a new video for their version of the kiwi classic SHIHAD head banger “FACTORY”. The 100% self funded and self-produced clip is a full bore tribute to SHIHAD in the aggressive and innovative early stages of their career. The 1993 debut “CHURN” from which the song comes is a hugely influential record for DYING OF THE LIGHT, so it was a real challenge to do the song justice. DYING OF THE LIGHT play a loyal version of the tune flavoured with a heavier tuning and a darker delivery that is true to the spirit of the original while making it their own. “FACTORY” is the last song on DYING OF THE LIGHT’s 4 track “MONOLITHIUM” EP.
You can watch "FACTORY" below.

DYING OF THE LIGHT - "FACTORY" from Dying of the Light on Vimeo.

DYING OF THE LIGHT are: Chris Rigby – Bass and Vocals Rangi Powick – Guitars, Vocals, Production and Programming

DYING OF THE LIGHT is: Gargantuan grind power riffs, rumbling volcano bass, concussion-inducing drums of war and vocals that are the stuff of nightmares. The heavy sound of the modern heart. www.dyingofthelightnz.com

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