Malevolence release new music video for ‘Higher Place’

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MALEVOLENCE have released a new music video!

The new music video, for the track Higher Place, is taken from the UK metallers’ brand new album, Malicious Intent, which was released back in May.

Speaking about the song and its accompanying new music video, vocalist Alex Taylor says, Higher Place focuses on a subject which everyone will deal with at some point in loss; death/bereavement. This is one most heartfelt songs we have written as a band, however once we began writing this song, it came together very naturally. This song is a huge step outside our comfort zone, we hope you enjoy it! The visuals for this song was our first venture into a narrative driven video, filmed in our hometown of Sheffield. We worked closely with Enon Films to bring the concept to life.”

Video Director Gabriel Fernández-Gil says, “the song inspired sorrow, drama, and a dark epicness, which is what guided us in the making of this video. In the story you’ll be able to identify themes of loss, revenge, and UK’s knife-crime epidemic.
As the lyrics and instrumentation, our characters “ascend” to different metaphorical planes of existence, or lack thereof.”

Watch the official music video for Higher Place here: 

The release of the new music video comes ahead of a heavy touring schedule for the remainder of 2022. Malevolence have revealed two new headline shows this August, in Colchester (UK) and Paris (FR), before they launch into two German shows supporting LAMB OF GOD, followed by an Australian run in September with THY ART IS MURDER, CARNIFEX and I AM. The band will also be accompanying TRIVIUM on their extensive EU tour leg, with HEAVEN SHALL BURN and OBITUARY, following on from the UK shows.

Malicious Intent is out now via Nuclear Blast Records/MLVTLD. Like what you heard? Be sure to check out our feature with the band here!

For more information on MALEVOLENCE like their official page on Facebook.

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