Repulsive Vision Unleash Their Second Music Video: Premature Burial

Great Britain’s Repulsive Vision premiere their brand new music video for the track, Premature Burial through Mighty Music.
Conceived and created as a collaboration between Repulsive Vision and independent film makers, Signal Films (and the Get Digital Project), they were able to manifest a piece that truly matches the aesthetic and energetic nature of this particular track. A shared passion for 70s and 80s horror legends and an attention to the meaning of the subject matter were pivotal influences in the making of Premature Burial.

Repulsive Vision are a four piece old school death metal band from Barrow in Furness, Cumbria.

Formed in late 2010 by main songwriter, Matt Davidson, the band are heavily inspired by extreme metal pioneers such as Obituary, Death, Carcass and Napalm Death, affecting a relentlessly aggressive sound that is prominent in this subgenre.

Despite several lineup changes, Repulsive Vision has evolved gradually, maintaining a strong current lineup consisting of Dan McEwan (Vocals), Mark Kirby (Bass), Gary Young (Drums) and Matt Davidson (Guitars), proficiently improving both stage presence and musicianship while striving to create worthy material.

Over the past few years, the band have performed all over the country with a number of high profile underground acts such as Discharge, Hecate Enthroned, Desecration, Destroyer 666, Benediction, etc as well as joining countless other rising bands in many of the country’s major cities (with aspirations to tour further afield in the near future).

The band have recently signed to Danish metal label, Mighty Music and will be releasing their debut album “Look Past The Gore and See The Art” on the 31st of March 2017

Categories: Music Videos, News


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