Hear SUPREME UNBEING face nightmares on new song "Scarecrow" | Revolver

Hear SUPREME UNBEING face nightmares on new song "Scarecrow"

Mysterious metal upstarts shed cartoon origins to take human form

In 2020, a mysterious heavy-metal band called Supreme Unbeing burst onto the scene with the single "Animals," which arrived with a wild animated music video that introduced the group as a so-called "metal Gorillaz." Revolver premiered said clip three years ago, and today, we're premiering a new and very different video from the band.

Previously signed to former Megadeth bassist David Ellefson's EMP Label Group, Supreme Unbeing have now evolved from their cartoon origins into human form. They still shed hard, however, as heard on their latest single, "Scarecrow." As for the new IRL incarnation of Supreme Unbeing, that's showcased in the accompanying music video. Watch and listen above.

Band leader and founder, Zac Red, says of "Scarecrow": "It is a potent, headbanging anthem, its lyrics woven from the very fabric of our shared childhood nightmares and the spine-tingling terrors we all experience growing up.

"As the shadows of our darkest nightmares persistently stalk our days, can we ever truly declare ourselves as adults?"