Petbrick (Ex-Sepultura, Etc.) Premiere “Coming” Music Video

Petbrick, the project featuring Igor Cavalera (Cavalera Conspiracy, ex-Sepultura, etc.) and Wayne Adams (Big Lad, Death Pedals, etc.), have premiered a new video for their new song “Coming.” This track features Cavalera‘s wife and Mixhell bandmate Laima Leyton and it will appear on the duo’s debut album “I” (out October 25).

Cavalera commented:

“I’ve always had a fascination with art being made at places out of the European/USA market. From bands to one of my favorite movie directors Jose Mojica Marins aka Coffin Joe. When I was contacted by Dante Vescio, that was one of the first things that came to my mind. I love the idea of a video that can be as strong as the music, especially coming from a country like Brazil, which is going through so much turmoil. The photography beautifully contrasts with the disturbing backgrounds.”

Vescio added:

“When I heard ‘Coming,’ my first reaction was to try and come up with a simple narrative that reinforced the song’s powerful and moody feminine presence. The image of a witch subduing a grotesque male character (The Pig) and finishing him off came to mind. I thought it was a good opportunity to give a character with ‘Naz’’ vibes a taste of his own medicine.

The fact that Petbrick‘s logo reads ‘Noise Against Nazi Scum’ was also pretty encouraging. I decided to shoot the whole thing in slow-motion because I thought it would enhance the song’s brutal elegance. I think there’s enough music videos with breakneck speed and editing to go around. It felt right to go the other way and shoot something that you can actually look at for a while, creating the sensory experience with the images, not just the speed of the cuts.”

[via Metal Injection]

Petbrick (Ex-Sepultura, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Radiation Facial” Feat. Full Of Hell’s Dylan Walker

Petbrick, the project featuring Igor Cavalera (Cavalera Conspiracy, ex-Sepultura, etc.) and Wayne Adams (Big Lad, Death Pedals, etc.), have premiered a new song titled “Radiation Facial.” This track features Full Of Hell’s Dylan Walker and it will appear on the the duo’s debut album “I,” which is set to be released on October 25.

Cavalera commented:

“Radiation Facial is combination of minds moving forward on full speed, first with the music, and then with the additional vocal madness of one of my favorite singers of this new generation, the amazing Dylan Walker…The video is a full dive into the mind of the director James Alec Hardy…a perfect combination of images that leaves lots of space for our imagination to fly, something that personally I believe is missing on a lot of music videos and movies.”

Adams added:

“Dylan is the best vocalist from any heavy act I’ve seen perform in the last few years. When I caught Full Of Hell at the Underworld in Camden last year, it blew my mind! So when Iggor said he had spoken to him and he was game to do some vocals for us I was so excited, and I think the result speaks for itself. It’s a total banger!

So slimy, so weird, and damn classy! I think James has found that perfect line between cult, weird and the abstract that feeds directly from his primary practice as a visual artist. It feels very original, very in tune with the music and really quite beautiful.”

[via Kerrang!]

Petbrick (Ex-Sepultura, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Horse”, Reveal Details For Debut Album

Petbrick, the project featuring Igor Cavalera (Cavalera Conspiracy, ex-Sepultura, etc.) and Wayne Adams (Big Lad, Death Pedals, etc.) have premiered a new song titled “Horse.” This track is from the duo’s debut album “I,” which will be released on October 25 via Closed Casket Activities.

“I” Track Listing:

01. “Horse”
02. “Radiation Facial” (feat. Full Of Hell‘s Dylan Walker)
03. “Guacamole Handshake”
04. “Roadkill Ruby”
05. “Sect”
06. “Gringolicker” (feat. Mutado Pintado)
07. “Coming” (feat. (Laima Leyton)
08. “Jesus Dropkick”
09. “Some Semblance Of A Story” (feat. Integrity‘s Dwid Hellion)
10. “Dr Blair”

Cavalera said the following about the project:

“We wanted to do something different than the other projects we were involved in. Making horrible noise was the first concept behind Petbrick.”

Adams added:

“I think we realized that we were both pretty much in tune with each others taste, both into a lot of weird electronic music, as well as some decent far out guitar stuff. For me personally I definitely pushed the electronics in a much harsher direction.”