Premiere: SIAMESE go grindhouse in gory new video for Slaughterhouse

Premiere: SIAMESE go grindhouse in gory new video for Slaughterhouse

They're hitting the road for a bunch of east coast shows soon.

Adelaide lads SIAMESE recently unveiled their first single for 2018, Slaughterhouse, and if the name doesn't get ya, then the video clip we're premiering today for you sure will. Following on from last year's Computer Patient and ScatterbrainSlaughterhouse is a hazy, grungey affair that finds the band exploring a new vibe both sonically and lyrically. It now comes with a pretty great video clip, one that harkens back to the days of 80s grindhouse horror films, with a very retro feel crescendoing into a bloody mess that targets the track's themes of technology sucking away our shorter and shorter attention span. According the group, the experience of making the clip was a pleasantly cruisy one: "Working with Mickey Mason on the Slaughterhouse clip was a comfortable and exciting experience. He made it ever so easy but not without putting us through two 10 hour days covered in fake blood. Special shoutout to Bryce for also shooting and editing it - was great to work with him and he helped make it a very organic process."

Check it out below and catch 'em on tour at one of a few upcoming east coast dates, listed down the bottom for you:

TOUR DATES:

Friday 16th March – Rad Bar – Wollongong, NSW

Saturday 17th March – Botany View Hotel – Sydney, NSW

Friday 23rd March – Grain Magazine Birthday Party – Brisbane, QLD

Saturday 31st March – Grace Darling Hotel – Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 14th April – Crown & Anchor – Adelaide, SA

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