Servers Release To Hell With You Video (Undergroove Records)

The UK’s dirtiest rock ‘n’ roll cult, SERVERS have released their brand new video for ‘To Hell With You’, which premiered via Metal Hammer Magazine yesterday.

Check it out here:

“The song encompasses the view that here is no God or devil,” comments bassist Lee Wilde (aka SERVER #0002). “There are people out there who are fanatics and they need to wise up, stop being naive, drop their guard and don’t let these organisations exploit their weaknesses. With the video itself we tried to capture the chaos that religion can bring to this world and highlight the things they put people through for the sake of it all.”

‘To Hell With You’ is taken from their forthcoming second album ‘Everything is OK’ which is set for release on the 19 August 2016 via Undergroove Records. 10 brooding tracks unleashing a healthy dose of melancholic beauty with equal amounts of haunting disposition, sonic drama, captivating hooks and 43 minutes of mood-building tension, succinctly enveloped by vocalist Lee Storrar’s (ex G.U. Medicine) evocative, untouchable vocal delivery.

The band recently released a free track download of another track, Spells, which you can grab a copy of here:

Catch the band at their album launch show on August 19th at the Barnsley Rock and Blues Bar.

Everything is OK will be released on August 19 via Undergroove Records. Pre-orders are available now via iTunes

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