ANACONDAS Release Video For “The Witches”

Thursday, 17th October 2013

British sludgers ANACONDAS have posted the video for “The Witches,” a song from their new album, Sub Contra Blues. The video can be viewed below.

ANACONDAS formed in 2010 from the ashes of acclaimed English band JOHNNY TRUANT, who blazed their way through the noughties with a frenetic, forward-thinking take on modern metallic hardcore. During the final breaths of Truant, Hunter conceived a comparatively stripped-down, instrumental-based project that would be dense and progressively sludge-driven, balancing immense heaviness and delicate melody in equal measure. Reunited with brother and fellow ex-Truant James Hunter (bass), and with mutual friend Tim Newman on drums, the new project – Anacondas – became a fully realized band with all three sharing vocal duties in barbarous harmony.

Once the power trio had solidified, ANACONDAS began recording what would become their debut album, Sub Contra Blues, in a local studio in their hometown of Brighton and enlisted British producer Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH) to master the sessions. Upon completion, the band began promoting the recordings themselves, garnering extensive press support on their own. Already developing a reputation as a potent live force, ANACONDAS have been premiering their Sub Contra Blues set in concert alongside TORCHE and EARTHTONE9 amongst others. Imagine huge riffs, provoking resonant passages and driving rhythms that draw influence from bands such as CAVE-IN, PELICAN, ALICE IN CHAINS and MESHUGGAH, yet with a distinctly British edge that brings to mind a post-metal SWERVEDRIVER.

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