Apocalyptic heavy music icons INTEGRITY will release their highly anticipated 12th studio album Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume July 14th via Relapse Records. Today, the band shares a short film accompanying the song “7 Reece Mews.” The film was directed by Jimmy Hubbard (Baroness, Mastodon, The Obsessed), Jeremy Danger and Travis Shinn. Watch “7 Reece Mews” now via Revolver Magazine HERE.
Vocalist Dwid Hellion comments on the film: “Director, Jimmy Hubbard has woven together a biblical horror tale. Religious orgies, inverted scriptures all captured onto grainy silent film telecine. Eroding like time itself. “7 Reece Mews” is one of my favourite tracks from the new album and Jimmy’s short film perfectly conveys an aesthetic blasphemy. His vision has brought a new depth to our song. Many pleasant nightmares!”
Howling, For The Nightmare Shall Consume was recorded and mixed at Developing Nations Studio in Baltimore with mastering handled by Brad Boatright (Obituary, Toxic Holocaust, Full Of Hell). The album will see its release on CD/2xLP/Deluxe 3xLP/CS/Digital via Relapse Records on July 14th. Physical pre-orders and exclusive bundles are currently available via Relapse.com at this location while digital pre-orders are available via Bandcamp HERE.
INTEGRITY will hit the road for a Japanese tour in October. A complete listing of dates is included below. The band’s entire catalog can be streamed via Bandcamp HERE.