At The Gates Premiere “The Colours Of The Beast” Music Video

At The Gates have premiered a new video for their song “The Colours Of The Beast.” This track is from the band’s latest album “To Drink From The Night Itself.“

Tomas Lindberg commented:

“Right in time for the prestigious ‘Roadburn Festival‘ appearance we decided to release yet another video from the latest album. This time we want to focus on the heavier, grittier sound of the band, hence ‘The Colours of the Beast‘. We once again worked together with Costin on this one.

We talked with him that we wanted him to try to capture the dark, gloomy side of the band‘s music. And he succeeded, creating the, by far, most dark and twisted video we have ever released. We are very happy to present to you the new At The Gates video clip: The Colours of the Beast!”

At The Gates Premiere “Daggers Of Black Haze” Live Video

At The Gates have premiered a new live video for their song “Daggers Of Black Haze.” This track is from the band’s latest album “To Drink From The Night Itself.“

At The Gates Premiere New Video For “The Mirror Black” Feat. Amebix’s Rob Miller

At The Gates have premiered a new video for “The Mirror Black” featuring Rob Miller (Amebix, Tau Cross). This version of the song was originally available as a bonus track on select deluxe editions of “To Drink From The Night Itself“ and it has since been released as a 7” EP along with an alternate version of “Daggers Of Black Haze” featuring Miller as well. Both tracks are also available on the group’s new digital EP “With The Pantheons Blind,“ which comes with songs from the deluxe/Japanese editions of “To Drink From The Night Itself.“

Ghost, At The Gates, The Night Flight Orchestra, Etc. Nominated For Swedish Grammis

The nominees have been revealed for The Grammis Awards in Sweden. A ceremony will take place in Stockholm on February 7 and the following bands have been nominated in the hard rock/metal release category:

  • At The Gates – “To Drink From The Night Itself“
  • Ghost – “Prequelle“
  • Hardcore Superstar – “You Can’t Kill My Rock ‘N Roll“
  • The Night Flight Orchestra – “Sometimes The World Ain’t Enough“
  • Tribulation– “Down Below“

[via The PRP]

At The Gates Premiere “Daggers Of Black Haze” Music Video

At The Gates have premiered a new video for their new song “Daggers Of Black Haze.” This track is from the band’s new album, “To Drink From The Night Itself,“ which will be released on May 18.

Frontman Tomas Lindberg commented:

“Daggers of Black Haze” represents the more progressive side of the new record. It has a lot of reference-points to our early back catalogue, both style wise, and the emotional setting. It is desperate and urgent, but still melancholic and epic. It is conceptually one of the cornerstones of the album. Driving home the point of the need for a war on apathy and the populistic forces that takes advantage of it. This is a fight against the abyss. A beacon for the importance of real art, real forms of expression, and importance of our understanding of our mutual cultural history. The video was filmed by Costin Chioreanu once again, and it is full of symbolism and heavy on the conceptual side. Costin displays the war for art and the importance of standing up to the oppressive powers and paradigms with his film. It is beautiful, striking, melancholic and I am very happy to see his vision of my concept.”

At The Gates Premiere “A Stare Bound In Stone” Music Video

At The Gates have premiered a new video for their new song “A Stare Bound In Stone.” This track is from the band’s new album, “To Drink From The Night Itself,“ which will be released on May 18.

Frontman Tomas Lindberg commented:

“”For the second single release of the album, we wanted this menacing stormer, fast, aggressive verses, heavy chorus and an evil mantra of an ending. This, for me, depicts the desperate, urgent mood of the record. I think it could be one of the most aggressive songs we have ever written.

This album is so diverse and includes so much different elements that it is hard to boil down those essences to just one song. This song has a lot of them though; more to come soon.

For the video shoot, we wanted to work with Costin [Chioreanu] on this one, as he is an essential part of this record. We felt that he knew exactly what kind of emotions we wanted to get across, and how to capture them artistically. I see this video as a brilliant complement to the song. Enjoy!”