WATCH: Motionless In White Premier Video For Necessary Evil

Halloween king-pins Motionless In White today premiered the video for their track Necessary Evil on their YouTube channel. The track is taken from their latest album Graveyard Shift, with the original featuring none other than Korn’s Jonathan Davies on guest vocals.

Embracing a kind of vaudevillian style, the video features the likes of fire breathers and fire dancers, clowns and myriad of people on leashes- interspersed with shots of frontman Chris Motionless throwing some menacing vibes around his fucked-up birthday party, sat atop a throne surrounded by black and white balloons.

And, as if that wouldn’t be enough for Motionless In White this week, Graveyard Shift also will be available on vinyl as of Friday September 29th! You can find that over on the band’s webstore.

Having nailed their slot earlier this year at Download Festival, Motionless In White will be back on our shores in January! With support from Ice Nine Kills and Cane Hill, this will be their first full UK tour in two whole years. Chris Motionless had this to say of the band’s absence over the last couple of years; “with the exception of Download 2017, by the time the headliner starts it will be two years since the last time we set foot to play in the UK. I think all of our fans will agree with me when I say that is too fucking long”.

Catch MIW in January 2018, dates are as follows:

Mon 15th Jan – BELFAST Mandela Hall
Tue 16th Jan – DUBLIN Academy
Thu 18th Jan – SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
Fri 19th Jan – BRISTOL O2 Academy
Sat 20th Jan – LEEDS Stylus
Mon 22nd Jan – GLASGOW Garage
Tue 23rd Jan – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Riverside
Thu 25th Jan – LONDON KOKO
Fri 26th Jan – BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Sat 27th Jan – MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Sun 28th Jan – NORWICH Waterfront

You can pick up tickets for all dates from here.

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