HALCYON WAY Premiere Music Video For ‘The Church Of Me’
Shortly before their North American tour with Metal Church, which kicks off on April 23rd, Atlanta-based metallers HALCYON WAY present a music video for the track “The Church Of Me”. The song is taken from their new album “Bloody But Unbowed”, out now on Agonia Records. The video is available via Decibel Magazine at:
The band’s guitarist Jon Bodan had this to sat about the video: “We are really hyped to get this video out there into the interwebs – when I came up with the idea for this song a couple of years ago, I immediately had a vision for a video with the sketchy tent revival preacher, and I really think our director Chance nailed what we were going for. This was the 2nd song I worked on for ‘Bloody But Unbowed’ and it’s really a cool feeling that we were able to work together to make that vision real. We hope everyone enjoys!”.
Upcoming tour dates:
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04/23/19 – Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s Backroom
04/24/19 – Austin, TX @ Come And Take It Live
04/25/19 – Houston, TX @ Scout Bar
04/26/19 – San Antonio, TX @ The Rock Box
04/27/19 – Dallas, TX @ Tree’s
04/28/19 – Oklahoma City, OK @ O.C. Limits
04/29/19 – Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room*
04/30/19 – St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
05/01/19 – Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle Brewery
05/03/19 – Nasville, TN @ Little Harpeth Brewing*
05/04/19 – Greenville, NC @ Great Wolf Tattoos*
*Halcyon Way headlining shows
HALCYON WAY’s sound cannot be neatly slotted into any sub-category of metal. It can be described as heavy, catchy, technical, progressive and above all, focused on strong songcraft. From Megadeth to Dream Theater, to Testament and Chimaira – HALCYON WAY draws influences & inspiration from many metal bands. With a magnitude of catchy hooks, vocal harmonies a la King’s X or Stryper, and heavy, technical, yet ultimately accessible instrumentation, the band’s new album “Bloody But Unbowed” (out now on Agonia Records) is sure to please fans of many forms of metal. Be that modern, power, thrash and progressive metal – but also hard rock fans. Crammed full of huge anthemic choruses, shredding solos, and brutal riffs, this release checks off all the boxes.
“Bloody But Unbowed” was recorded, mixed and mastered by Mark Lewis (Whitechapel, Trivium, Bad Wolves, Threat Signal) and is replete with artwork from Travis Smith (Opeth, Overkill, Death, Iced Earth). The album boasts a very special appearance of “The Nailhead Choir”, with notable guest musicians of Queensryche and Iced Earth fame.
HALCYON WAY is the ultimate example of blue-collar work ethic, self-reliant bootstrapping, and hard work & perseverance in spite of nearly insurmountable odds. The band has released four studio albums worldwide (through Nightmare Records/Sony RED, Massacre Records and most recently Agonia Records) and has performed on 4 continents (and about 20 countries and counting), touring with the likes of Saxon, Sabaton, Queensryche, Fates Warning, Fozzy, Skid Row, U.D.O., Delain, Angra and Geoff Tate’s Operation: Mindcrime.
Steve Braun – vocals
Jon Bodan – lead guitars, backing vocals, programming