Headcrusher is proud to announce a new single and music video for “Blood Red Sands” from their new EP “Portal to Existence”.
“Blood Red Sands” music video boasts epic scenery from California’s mysterious Mojave Desert landscape. Concept invoked by one of Colombia’s most notorious animators and directors, the Grammy awards nominees The Brother Jimenez /Sharpball co. Shot on location by Matt Eskew (Dreamworks, Foxnext, Disney). Susan Slaughter stars in (Ghost Hunters International, The Dawn, Slay Belles), with character FX done by Brittany Fontaine (The Mandalorian, Deadpool, Hansel & Gretel).
Headcrusher upcoming EP “ Portal to Existence” was recorded and mixed by Fernando Navarro at Insania Recordings in Los Angeles, Ca. Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Studio in Portland, Oregon. The artwork has been created by renowned graphic designer Gonzalo Restrepo.
Headcrusher is an award winning metal act originally from Colombia. Since 2001, they have had a strong following and ever growing fan base. The band has extensively toured South America playing massive festivals like Rock al Parque 3 years standing (Bogota, Colombia) and FFF Fest (Ecuador) and many others.
In 2008 The band relocated to Austin, Texas where they grew a strong American fan base and brand. Now Touring throughout the US, the band has played in some of North America’s largest festivals (Barge to Hell, Housecore Horror Film Fest, Full Terror Assault, SXSW). Working with producers like Tue Madsen (Meshuggah, The Haunted) and Jesse Gander (3 Inches of Blood, Anciients), and directors like Michael Panduro (Napalm Death, Cephalic Carnage, Nasum, Dead Cross) and David Hall (Misery Index, Portal).
Headcrusher has teamed up with some of the best brains in metal and other media snagging awards that put them in the front row of their genre. They visited the US West Coast and Canada as part of their “Seismic Trails West Coast Tour in 2019”. The band was invited to be part of Knotfest Mexico 2019.
“It’s a honor for us to be part of this event to not only show our new music, but also to screen the great talent of our Colombian directors, The Brother Jimenez, to the paranormal and horror scene; at this massive event.”