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Go Deep Premiere Music Video via Nerdist – Announce West Coast Tour – Debut LP Out Now via 6131 Records

June 21, 2016
 Bon Duke

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Go Deep Premiere “Slumberland” Music Video
via Nerdist

Announce West Coast Tour Dates

Debut Full Length Influence Out Now
via 6131 Records

Go Deep have teamed with Nerdist to premiere their intense new music video for “Slumberland” the ferocious opening track from their debut full length, Influence, out now via 6131 Records.

Go Deep continue their artful approach to aggression with the “Slumberland” music video. The inventive clip finds the band traversing an abandoned asylum with the setting perfectly compliments the tense and visceral nature of Go Deep‘s music. Nerdist put it best, “Don’t let that dreamy title fool you, “Slumberland” is brutal slice of hardcore with a video to match… If you’re a fan of creepy asylums or good ol’ fashion hardcore, you’ll want a piece of what Go Deep is offering.”

Influence is available now from 6131 Records. Go Deep have also announced a run of U.S. West Coast tour dates starting at the end of June, see dates below.

Watch the “Slumberland” music video via Nerdist:
http://nerdist.com/scream-at-a-wall-go-deep-meek-is-murder-rlyr-and-more/

When trying to describe NYC-based hardcore band, Go Deep, there is one word that comes to mind over and over again: intense. For Go Deep there are no half-measures, there is no compromising, there is no middle ground or mediocrity.

The band’s upcoming debut full length, Influence, is a testament to that sheer force of will. The album’s eleven tracks are a formidable collection of vicious and distinct hardcore, breathing new life into the genre’s tropes. From massive floor-tom-driven stompers to brooding build-ups, each track has a unique identity, drawn together by vocalist Kris Kneale’s vitriolic lyrics and uniquely infectious yet aggressive vocal cadences.

Influence is an achievement by nature of its very existence, an unyielding display of Go Deep‘s determination distilled into sonic form. It’s an album that is undeniably hardcore but reshaped into something more; something more distinct, more powerful, and above all, more intense.

Tour Dates:
06.28 Murrieta, CA @ The Awakening
06.29 Fullerton, CA @ Programme HQ
06.30 Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak Music
07.01 Sacramento, CA @ Café Colonial
07.03 Salt Lake City, UT @ Beehive Social Club
07.04 Firework Partytime
07.05 Denver, CO @ Bar Bar
07.06 Albuquerque, NM @ Fly Honey Warehouse
07.07 Taos, NM @ Upper Crust Mansion
07.09 Tempe, AZ  @ 51 West
07.10 Tuscon, AZ @ Gary’s Place
07.11 Chula Vista, CA @ The Industry
07.12 Las Vegas, NV @ Death Haus

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