This quasi-Satanic Z-gore homage is the latest video from the Black Angels, Austin's pied pipers of scuzzy iso-tank psych. In addition to a seemingly endless procession of babes, the vid features an occultish chicken dinner, an new age jam sesh, and "special" "effects" straight from a Herschell Gordon-Lewis fright flick. It's off their new record, Indigo Meadow, which you can pick up by clicking right here. And be sure to catch the Black Angels on tour this summer—dates are below.
Video Directors: Ari Guerrero, Marie Ely
Video Producer: Roxie Rodriguez
Production Company: MARIROX Productions
Cinematographer: Paul Galvan
Editor: Matt Briones
The Black Angels Tour Dates
July 10 US Red Rocks w/ Robert Plant Presents The Sensational Shape Shifters
Aug 21 US Solana Beach Belly Up
Aug 22 US Pioneertown Pappy & Harriet’s
Aug 23 US Santa Ana The Observatory
Aug 24 US Monterey First City Festival
Sep 07 Netherlands Oost Vlieland Into The Great Wide Open Fest
Sep 09 Germany Hamburg Knust
Sep 10 Germany Cologne Luxor
Sep 11 Belgium Brussels Organerie
Sep 13 UK Leeds Cockpit
Sep 14 UK Glasgow Classic Grand
Sep 15 Ireland Dublin Button Factory
Sep 17 UK Manchester Gorilla
Sep 18 UK London Electric Ballroom
Sep 20 France Angers Levitation
Sep 22 France Lille Aeronef
Sep 23 France Paris La Trianon
Sep 25 France Lyon Epicerie Moderne
Sep 28 France Toulouse Bikini
Oct 4-6 US Austin Austin City Limits
Oct 11- 13 Austin Austin City Limits
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