Rome, march 9 – Corners of Sanctuary have released their second music video for song “Wrecking Ball“, taken from “Metal Machine” album.
Watch here “Wrecking Ball” video!
As guitarist Mick Michaels stated:
We planned to include a heavier visual support for Metal Machine, more than we had done in the past with previous albums. Expect at least two more videos to follow in the coming months.
“Wrecking Ball” incorporates the now public domain scenes from the 1936 British science-fiction film, “Things to Come” – an adaptation of H.G. Well’s story depicting a world at war. The original film was produced by Alexander Korda and directed by William Cameron Menzies. The music video is also laced with on location shots filmed with the band.
The video’s message is centered on the horror and devastation brought on during such conflicts and the effects it has on every walk of life.
Zen Say comments
Though the clips of the movie are based on a fictional story the reality of what war holds is all too real to simply dismiss.
Here Corners of Sanctuary upcoming 2016 shows
March 5 – Memories – Waldorf, MD
March 11 – Reverb w/BUTCHER BABIES – Reading, PA
April 1 – 3065 Live – Buzzards Bay, MA
April 8 – Bar XIII – Wilmington, DE
April 15-16 – 2016 NEPA Metal Metaldown Fest – Pittson, PA
May 12 – The Wire w/MIND ASSASSIN – Berwyn, IL
May 13 – The Headquarters w/MIND ASSASSIN – Indianapolis, IN
May 14 – New Dodge Lounge w/MIND ASSASSIN – Hamtramck, MI
May 21 – Diane’s Cafe w/KILLEN – Pittston, PA
May 28th – Metal Eternal Fest Tour – Ardmore, PA