Youngstown, Ohio based doom/sludge trio Rebreather has released a music video for the track »Sick Sick Sick« from their latest album, »The Line, It’s Width, And The War Drone«, out on December 3rd, 2021 via Aqualamb Records.
Guitarist/vocalist Barley Rantilla comments: “Hey people! Here’s a new video is for the track »Sick Sick Sick« from our album »The Line, It’s Width, And The War Drone«. We shot it in our old practice space with three cameras fastened to one tripod. Our buddy Johnny Eckard stood in the middle of the room rotating the cameras as we played through the song. It was my first time ever editing video, so it was a huge learning experience for me. I leaned on Steve Wishnewski for his editing knowledge to get me through all of my wrong moves. We hope you like it! Thanks!”
Formed in 1999, Rebreather delivers music to enhance the senses. Rising from the staunch wave of the 90’s doom/sludge sea, the band’s sound draws from the thunderous volumes of Cavity and Floor as much as from the twitchy finesse of Barkmarket or Hum’s melodic rumble. But to say that Rebreather simply mimics any of these acts is sorely missing the point. While some bands are happy to move small chunks of ground by following their contemporaries, Rebreather takes the tomes of the elder gods and completely rewrites them. Call it organized chaos. The first band ever to grace the Nyabinghi stage at the inaugural Emissions from the Monolith Festival in 2000, Rebreather’s attention to detailed melody within fury can be heard on releases such as »Need Another Seven Astronauts« (2002), »Half Speed Ahead« (2003), »Sunflower« (2008) and 2018’s self-titled EP.
Order »The Line, It’s Width, And The War Drone« on the Limited Edition Smoke Vinyl and Book at: rebreather-ohio.bandcamp.com
Barley Rantilla – Guitars, Vocals
Steve Wishnewski – Bass
Steve Gardner – Drums