Indonesian dark powerviolence hardcore act M.U.C.K. return with new music video
“”Earthless” become the comeback title from M.U.C.K in the end of 2018, without eleminating the old character from M.U.C.K that bring you to listen a Dark PowerViolence Hardcore. Earthless will give you the more mature version of M.U.C.K.
This song itself is made by the band named The Horror Tribe (Ender, Grey & Vouzmedevinez) , since this two bands has a strong relation, and they came with an exploration that can represent Indonesian underground scene by exchange their sense of music without crossing the red line of each other and add more unique parts. (so you can say it’s some kind like trading music in their own way).
Beside being exchanged their music with The Horror Tribe, M.U.C.K also aiming some of records label to work with, and they got approval to work with Disaster Records that many good bands have done work with them. which one M.U.C.K will be a new rooster for Disaster Records at the end of 2018.
so as you can see what I wrote up there, Ender, The Horror Tribe frontman describe his feeling through this song by using satire words about what he felt and worried a long time ago and happened this day, as you can see the phenomenon about ‘Fanatism’ is spread along the country that can causing flaming and murder. So it’s some kind a divination predict from him.
For the Videography is directed by Reza Mega (M.U.C.K) itself, as Ender bring the video concept and Reza Mega direct them to be an ‘out of the box’ Video, with a help from many friends like Luhti Ferrari and Ruly Yuwana on camera, Ruhadli (Ex-The Horror Tribe) on motion editor. As you can see the video has no dark background and gloomy nuance like any other hardcore or metal band, Reza Mega wants to put the audience on the clearest sky and open field that has no vocal point on it. So every audience can get their own interpretation or they must repeat the video to get more point.
If we can say ‘Earthless’ is a comeback single from M.U.C.K, so now the band are in preparing for their full length in 2019 under Disaster Records. So keep your eyes on and wait more from M.U.C.K.”