London rock quartet Duke Of Wolves have just released new single ‘Terry (The Serial Killer)’, complete with humorous music video. The single follows 2016’s ‘Hollow Eyes’ and ‘They Laugh’,continuing the band’s strong energy and fierce attitude, creating heavyweight songs that would be incredible to see live.
The new unsigned band have already played the likes of Isle of Wight and Standon Calling festivals, as well as headlining London’s own Hard Rock Cafe. Their regular features on BBC Introducing have propelled this band into the limelight, providing them with opportunities that most bands could only dream of.
Taking influences from the great Queens of the Stone Age, Rage Against The Machine, Muse, and many others, Duke Of Wolves have created their own style of melodic rock, putting their unique style into their music and sharing something that’s worth paying attention to. Produced by James Billinge, ‘Terry’ shows us what this band are capable of: solid guitar riffs, melodic vocals and strong attitude that’ll get them noticed across the nation.
The music video adds a sense of humour to the heavy riffs, bringing light to what is often seen as serious and dark. The band are stalked by Terry, a serial killer, who wants nothing more than to see the band’s demise. He tracks them down, with sharp knives and devil eyes, until he finds them in the middle of the track. Literally saved by a powerful guitar solo, the band defeat the enemy and come out stronger.
Listen to ‘Terry (The Serial Killer)’ below:
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