Sweden's METHANE Release "Hang Me High" Video

August 28, 2014, 5 years ago

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Sweden's METHANE Release "Hang Me High" Video

Swedish metallers Methane have released a music video for the song "Hang Me High", from the bands debut Southern Metal EP, which is available on sites such as Spotify and iTunes.

The video was shot and produced by Yearzero, who have worked for Sabaton among others, at Dalton City - a western themed paintball park in Sweden.

"We had a killer time filming the video, alot of fun turning a bunch of bikers into actors for a day. We had our release party at a local motorcycle club on Saturday, things got a little out of control but we all seemed to have recovered now. We are also now in the middle of demoing new material that we will be showcasing this fall on tour in the states", commented singer/bassist Tim Scott .

Methane recently confirmed they will be playing the Rage Of Armageddon Festival in Brooklyn, New York on October 11th. The two day festival includes Australia’s Hobbs Angel Of Death, Whiplash and Anger As Art. Methane will also be playing in Tim and Dylan's home state of New Jersey.

"It's an awesome opportunity to showcase Methane's 'southern metal' for the New York scene. We are really excited to play on home turf with great thrash legends like Deceased and Whiplash, the R.o.A. festival is putting together an epic weekend", said Tim Scott in a statement.

Tim was the bass player for New Jersey cult death/thrash band Revenant in the early 90's before joining up with Cannibal Corpse's Rob Barret and HatePlow.

Upcoming shows:

September

13 - Cooperfields - Stockholm, Sweden

October

9 - The Rockin' Buffalo - Buffalo, NY
10 - Dingbatz - Clifton, NJ
11 - Rage Of Armageddon Festival at Paper Box - Brooklyn, NY

November

1 - The Crypt - Linkoping, Sweden

 



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