DM Crew ENDSEEKER Drop New Video for “Merciless Tide”!

Hamburg, Germany-based death metal crew ENDSEEKER has dropped a new music video for their track, “Merciless Tide!” The new video is taken off of the band’s recently released album, Mount Carcass, which was released in April 2021 on Metal Blade Records. Check out the new video along with more band details down below.

From The Press Release

In April 2021, Endseeker released their latest full-length, Mount Carcass, via Metal Blade Records – which debuted at #22 on the German charts! Now, the band has launched a new video for the track, “Merciless Tide”, which can be viewed at: youtu.be/WaCaBqU19JY

Ben Liepelt (guitars) comments: “Merciless Tide deals with a bunch of so called conspiracy theories which are still a big thing and seem to have even massively grown over the past 2 years. It’s one of the first songs we’ve written for “Mount Carcass” and with its heavy midtempo groove we thought it would be a great choice to put out as the 6th video from that record while it’s lyrically more up to date than ever. The video was shot on a cold Sunday afternoon in December of 2021 and we wanted to keep it super simple with a strong DIY vibe. No fancy stuff, just the 5 of us shredding out in our rehearsal room. What you see is what you get.

Having become one of the premier German death metal bands – and rapidly rising the ranks of the genre as a whole – Endseeker storm back into the fray with Mount Carcass. Building on the groundwork laid down on 2017’s Flesh Hammer Prophecy and having the difficult task of besting 2019’s stunning The Harvest, they have returned with a streamlined, powerful collection that further raises the bar.

Like both of its predecessors, Mount Carcass was recorded, produced, mixed, and mastered by Eike Freese at Chameleon Studios in Hamburg, Germany. Going into the record, Endseeker knew they wanted something rawer and more organic than The Harvest, and while Covid was causing global havoc, the band embraced the time they would have otherwise spent touring, using it to rehearse and discuss what they wanted the record to be. From this process they knew they wanted the songs to be quite straightforward and even have something of a “punkish / crust feel, so to speak. The songs are pretty reduced to the core with all the ballast removed. Every part and every riff has a meaning and isn’t just there for no other reason than extending the song. The album is also very melodic. There are a bunch of very strong guitar hooks and vocal compositions that really stick in your ears for days. It’s way simpler and probably more easy to listen to compared to ‘The Harvest’ or ‘Flesh Hammer Prophecy’, but at the same time, it has a very spontaneous and lively attitude with a big chunk of personality.” To keep the genre sounding fresh in 2021, they focused on the production, having just a touch of the old school vibe to remain rooted, and they did not limit themselves too hard to the Swedish death metal style of songwriting they previously embraced, but also let other influences into their songs. “You can hear all kinds of stuff that is inspired by bands like Morbid Angel, Bolt Thrower, Slayer, Dissection, Gorefest, etc. We listen to so many different bands, and somehow, a bit from all of this keeps adding to our music.

Purchase and stream Mount Carcass at: metalblade.com/endseeker

Endseeker live:
18.03.22 – DE – Osnabrück – Bastard Club
29.04.22 – DE – Kassel – Goldgrube
30.04.22 – DE – Kiel – Mosh Im Mai
28.05.22 – DE – Fuck The Commerce XIV Festival
29.07.22 – DE – Essen – Nord Open Air
30.07.22 – DE – Burning Q Festival
04.-06.08.22 – DE – Wacken Open Air
13.08.22 – DE – Helmstedt – Helmfest
27.08.22 – DE – Deathfeast Open Air
09.09.22 – DE – Leipzig – WinterfestEvil

Endseeker line-up:
Lenny – vocals
Jury – guitars
Ben – guitars
Eggert – bass
Kummer – drums

Endseeker online:
https://www.facebook.com/endseekermusic
https://www.instagram.com/endseeker_official
http://endseeker.de
https://endseeker.bandcamp.com

About Michael Juvinall (5958 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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