Madison based heavy rock band Haliwel has released the Official Music Video for their single, “Crack in the Frame.” Originally premiered on Tattoo.com “Crack in the Frame” is off of the band’s 2016 full length release, Pandemic.
‘The song “Crack in the Frame” hits the bullseye with musical elements rock and metal fans can appreciate – – a progressive groove, sweeping melodies, meaty and melodic riffs, grindcore vocals, and an intricate Opeth-esque acoustic guitar solo.
The official music video for “Crack in the Frame” adds even more depth and dimension to the track, like icing on an already decadent cake.’ – Tattoo.com
“We took full advantage of being able to direct a video for ‘Crack in the Frame’, the heaviest song from Pandemic, adding metal elements into it, which we most likely wouldn’t get a chance to do in other songs. We crawled through mud, destroyed instruments, and made a mask out of a real cow skull! The song itself is about karma coming back to bite a narcissistic and destructive person. The singer in the video was fired soon after shooting for being that type of person, but was left in the final cut so that he could sing his own obituary, of sorts, which we thought was very fitting.” – Haliwel
Haliwel is a Wisconsin-based five-piece hard rock band, and they are a force to be reckoned with for 2017. Haliwel saw success with their first release in 2014, From the Inside, which was a complete DIY (Do It Yourself) album. We see another DIY effort from the band with the much celebrated October 2016 release of “Pandemic,” an album that takes a major step forward for the band. On “Pandemic” you will hear the familiar sound that is Haliwel: riff-driven instrumentation with moving lyrics and catchy melodies, but now with a darker, more refined sound.
Click here to download ‘Pandemic’