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See Trace Amount's Dystopian Video for Industrial Banger "Eventually It Will Kill Us All"

Terrifying 3D visual from Greg Puciato-approved project's recent album

Earlier this year, Trace Amount — the one-man project of Brooklyn's Brandon Gallagher, who previously played in hardcore bands — released his bracing, gnashing debut album of cyborg insanity, Anti Body Language — out via Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato and visual artist Jesse Draxler's label Federal Prisoner. Whether you're up on  current industrial acts like Youth  Code and Black Magnet or you're into the old stuff and looking for something fresh, the record is absolutely worth you're time, and like any great industrial project, so are the visuals. 

Today (August 3rd), we're stoked to premiere the terrifying video for Anti Body Language cut "Eventually It Will Kill Us All," which depicts faceless bodies tangled in computer wires and being consumed by the very machines we created. Check it out above via YouTube. 

"I wanted to create a visual that represented the feelings of being a creative in the modern, digital world," Gallagher says. "My work outside of music projects involves designing and animating ads, and at times it can feel manufactory because everyone wants it to be so formulaic. Everything is a graph turned graphic. Your Spotify For Artists, COVID deaths, the plummeting of bitcoin. 

"I teamed up with Arnau Gates, an incredible 3D animator based out of Spain, to work on this video and he absolutely nailed the direction. I randomly came across his work and thought he would absolutely crush some ideas I had for Trace Amount visuals. From there we DM'd through Instagram, and for months went back and forth on the animations and camera exports. I've already used some of these visuals for live projections, so I'm stoked to continue to work with Arnau as Trace Amount evolves in different ways to include more live projections and visuals into the performance aspect."

Speaking of which, Trace Amount has a ton of shows lined up for this fall, including a small run with King Yosef and dates with likeminded creatives ranging from Author & Punisher to Puciato himself. Peep the dates below and pick up Anti Body Language here.

Trace Amount 2022 tour dates:
8/6 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus w/ AUTHOR & PUNISHER
8/7 - Brooklyn, NY @ Lucky 13 Saloon w/ LAMACCHIA + HIROE
9/8 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus w/ BODY STUFF & EU1OGY
9/9 - Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall w/ THOUGHTCRIMES
9/29 - San Francisco, SF @ TBA*
9/30 - Fresno, CA @ Destructive Warehouse W/ ORANGE CRYSTAL*
10/1 - Los Angeles, CA @ Catch One w/ FIGURE SECTION*
10/2 - San Diego, CA @ The Whistle Stop W/ ORANGE CRYSTAL*
10/4 - Sacramento, CA @ Cafe Colonial w/ ORANGE CRYSTAL*
10/5 - Medford, OR @ Johnny B's*
10/6 - Portland, OR @ Mano Oculta w/ S.L.U.T. + AT THE HEART OF THE WORLD*
10/7 - Tacoma, WA @ Real Art*
11/10 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ THE SOFT MOON + L.O.T.I.O.N.
11/11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Don Quixote w/ GREG PUCIATO + GOST

* Tour with King Yosef