STEAMPUNK VIDEO FOR AUSTRALIAN ROCKERS’ NEW VIDEO “BREAK THE SPELL”

4 May

Some things are so wonderful I just can’t keep them to myself–and one of those things is this superb steampunk video “Break the Spell” from All Mankind (see full press release below the video.)

From The MuseBox: Sydney-based rock band, All Mankind have gained a loyal following across the USA, UK, and Australia, having performed over 500 times in the last three years to more than 100,000 fans. The band’s live success has led to independent album sales in the thousands and award nominations for songwriting and performance in both Australia and America.

Songs from the band’s follow-up EP (mixed by Grammy-nominated producer Brandon Friesen) continued to have a strong radio reaction, and made their way into a number of prime time US television shows. “Open Your Eyes” was featured as the theme song in the TV promo for Emmy Award-winning ABC TV show “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.” In addition, their tune “Hollywood Tonight” has been heard regularly on MTV’s “The Hills.”

The quartet is always on the go, has just finished recording their eagerly anticipated, epic full-length album. This dynamic and inspiring collection of new music is sure to please the faithful while also recruiting many, many more fans to gather together beneath the All Mankind banner.

What do you think of the “Break the Spell” video?  Favorite scene?  Are you as excited about the full-length album as I am?

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One Response to “STEAMPUNK VIDEO FOR AUSTRALIAN ROCKERS’ NEW VIDEO “BREAK THE SPELL””

  1. Charlie's Church of Christ May 6, 2011 at 2:46 AM #

    what the heck is steampunk?

    I like this – sounds like Keane some (ok sometimes a lot), a bit like Muse, but enough unlike both of those to be distinct.

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