Tasmania’s premiere metalcore act, Save The Clock Tower, are returning with their brand new album “The Familiar // The Decay” out now! CDs and merch are available at the Bullet Tooth webstore, downloads at iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, Google Play, and Bandcamp, and is streaming at Spotify and YouTube.
The album was #1 on the iTunes Metal chart and #4 on the iTunes Rock chart in Australia this week and glowing reviews are pouring in including Rolling Stone.
The music video for “White Cross” premiered through Blunt Magazine and can be seen right here:
The stunning vision and concepts in the “White Cross” video were all brought to life through director Ben Wrigley and produced by Third Eye Visuals. They align seamlessly with the dark, devilish themes of the track, which was produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Born of Osiris).
Gathering influence from across punk, hardcore, metalcore and rock genres, Save The Clock Tower re-laid the foundation of their band with a mission to be meaningful as well as aggressive. The band has worked tirelessly to improve themselves and develop a very refined and professional sound that has impressed fans and critics from across Australia and brought them attention from the US and beyond.
Stream the album:
“White Cross”, the first taste from Save The Clock Tower’s
forthcoming new album, The Familiar // The Decay, kicks straight
into gear, a pounding rhythmic relentlessness crafting the initial
spurt of unfiltered, white-knuckled tension. The flickering frames
feed off the song’s compositional complexity, with “White Cross”
showcasing the band’s ability to partner an unpredictable vigour
alongside genuine emotive release.” – ROLLING STONE
“Coupled with a dark, devilishly detailed thematic
concept throughout the album, Save The Clock Tower
gives listeners an excellent example of a record that
was not only intricately thought out, but one that
has an overall superb flow.” – SOUND FICTION
“Save The Clock Tower have finally come out with
their album ‘The Familiar // The Decay’ and the guitar
tones are heavy but crisp, there’s an awesome mix of
clean and raw vocals, and there’s a perfect balance
of emotional and brutal.” – AAA BACKSTAGE
Save The Clock Tower tour dates:
July 16 – Launceston, AUS @ Club 54
July 21 – Sydney, Aus @ Bald Faced Stag
July 22 – Newcastle, Aus @ Drone
July 23 – Penrith, Aus @ Penrith PCYC
July 29 – Mount Gambier, Aus @ Flanagans Hotel
July 30 – Adelaide, Aus @ ENigma Bar
July 31 – Melbourne, Aus @ Wrangler Studios