Sacramento, California thrash veterans PSYCHOSOMATIC have deployed “Riot Squadron,” an official video for one of the vicious tracks on their seventh LP The Invisible Prison, which saw release through Nefarious Industries last Summer. Cvlt Nation is coordinating the new video’s initial assault on the public.
Unloading twelve tracks of classic California thrash metal, PSYCHOSOMATIC’s The Invisible Prison was produced, engineered, and mixed by David Sanchez (Havok) at Riffs Or Die Recordings, and mastered by Mark Lewis (Chimaira, Trivium, The Black Dahlia Murder) at MRL Studios. The record is completed with art by the band’s founding bassist/vocalist Jeff Salgado, coloring by Vincent Pizarro, layout by Greg Meisenberg, and photography by Michael Alvarez, and includes a cover of “Serial Killer” by Vio-lence.
The “Riot Squadron” video was directed by Jeff Salgado and filmed and edited by Jesse Davis at DVC Studios. Declares Salgado, “With political tensions at an all-time high, we felt ‘Riot Squadron’ would be a perfect release for this period in time. The song has the vibe of UK punk with crossover thrash metal and fits perfectly into the chaotic lyrical content.”
Categories: Music Videos, Psychosomatic
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