The video tells the story of a homeless man who returns a lost wallet to a young, well-dressed businessman – and saves his life in the process.
The song is taken from their highly-praised sophomore album The Darkest Road which was released on October 7, and named “One of the Top 25 albums of 2014” by Hysteria Magazine, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Metal Chart (Australia), and at #20 on Australia’s Purely Independent Chart. The video can be viewed below via the Eclipse Records YouTube channel.
The band enlisted Col Cadell to direct, who had also done their previous music video for the title track, The Darkest Road. “Something I wanted to do with Vultures, was take the band in a much darker direction artistically, using color palette’s that evoke a cold intimacy while still painting a realistic world. Our shoot location was Fortitude Valley located in Brisbane, Australia. We used low shot angles, with the sky as a background to evoke a feeling of openness, and used high angle shots at the end when the homeless man rescues the businessman” states Col.
- “The Darkest Road is one of the Top 25 albums of 2014!” – Hysteria Magazine
- Debut at #1 on the iTunes Metal Chart in Australia
- Debut at #20 on Australia’s Purely Independent Chart
- 10/10 - "The Darkest Road is without a doubt the best album of 2014!" - Bro Metal
- 10/10 - "Infectious, and captivating are just a few words that can describe The Darkest Road" - Front Row Report
- “A Breach Of Silence have proven themselves worthy of being tabbed one of the next big things in metal.” - Starpulse
- 86/100 - "The Darkest Road is a triumph" - Loud Mag
- "A Breach of Silence has produced a masterpiece that far transcends metalcore music" - Snoozecontrol
The Darkest Road is available for download from iTunes, and GooglePlay, while CDs are available via Eclipse Records, BestBuy, Fye, and Amazon. The full album is also streaming via YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, and Rdio.
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