View the new Neck of the Woods video HERE.
As Vancouver, British Colombia-based progressive/tech death metal outfit Neck of the Woods prepares for the release of their debut album, The Passenger, through Basick Records in September an official video for the album’s “You’ll Always Look The Same To Me” has been premiered through MetalSucks.
A vibrant and aggressive video that fits with the track’s dynamic attack, the video for “You’ll Always Look The Same To Me” was directed and edited by Christopher Lennox-Aasen. Offers Neck of the Woods on the song’s lyrical direction, which is displayed the video, “The struggle does not become you, it only makes you stronger.”
MetalSucks calls the new track, “their influences come from all over the prog metal spectrum (and beyond), and as such there really is no way to get any more specific. You’ll be tempted to compare them to Opeth, Between the Buried and Me, Soilwork and even Every Time I Die… and then there’s the guitar solo, which some straight up, epic Zakk Wylde shit. And that’s just on this one track from an album of nine.”
Neck of the Woods’ “The Passenger” delivers the band’s crushing blend of progressive, death-inspired, technical, and groove-laden metal through nine engaging tracks. The Passenger will see digital release via Basick Records and CD release through the band on September 15th.
Formed in early 2014, Neck of the Woods’ exhilarating brand of progressive metal and charged live shows have quickly earned them a reputation as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from Vancouver’s metal scene. Drawing comparisons to the likes of Misery Signals, Opeth, Darkest Hour, and more, Neck of the Woods cites some of their primary influences as, Between The Buried And Me,
Converge, Rush, Misery Signals, Gojira, Every Time I Die, and The Dillinger Escape Plan. The Passenger was recorded at Rain City Recorders by Stu McKillop, produced by Stu McKillop and the band, with art direction by vocalist Jeff Radomsky and layout design by Kevin Moore at Soft Surrogate. The release of their new album will see Neck of the Woods further entrench the already significant impact they have had on Canada’s metal scene.