PSYCROPTIC – Debut New Music Video

PSYCROPTIC have unleashed a new music video for the track “Beyond The Black” off their latest release, “As The Kingdom Drowns.”. The band comments:

“We’re very happy have once again worked with our good friend and long time collaborator Wilson Bambrick on the film clip for ‘Beyond The Black‘. The clip was shot last pre-isolating (in September 2019); and due to the Plague and other delays on our end it hasnt seen the light until now. Please enjoy, and we look forward to getting some new music out later this year.”

Here is a brief history of Psycroptic:

“Residing in Tasmania, Psycroptic formed in 1999 and immediately set out to create their own style of darkened death metal. Consisting of originally of Cameron Grant (bass), Joe Haley (guitars), Matthew Chalk (vocals) and David Haley (drums), the four came together after the bands they had played in disbanded. After performing numerous shows to gain live experience, Psycroptic entered the Hobart studio Red Planet Recordings in October 2000 to record their debut self financed CD The Isle of Disenchantment (info). Released in January 2001, The Isle of Disenchantment received an overwhelming response from the metal underground which helped spread the Psycroptic name all around the world. 2001 Supporting the release, Psycroptic played quite a few shows interstate, including playing at Australia’s premier metal event, Metal For The Brain, as well as at the High Voltage festival and as headliner of the Melbourne Metal Website launch. Despite living in such a remote location, Psycroptic still managed to distribute about 3,000 copies of “The isle of disenchantment” around the globe, as well as appearing on several compilation CDs and conducting over 60 interviews for print and broadcast media. A cassette version of the album was also licensed to Aarack Records for the Indonesian territory. With so many other bands in today’s scene, this is quite an achievement for an unsigned band living in one of the most isolated parts of the world.” – Nuclear Blast

Leave a reply