NewsOctober 14, 2022 4:07 PM ET1,772 views

Rhythm Of Fear release new music video along with new album

'Fatal Horizons' out now through MNRK Heavy

Rhythm of Fear

Marcus Marino

Official press release: 

Today, Florida crossover thrash bringers Rhythm Of Fear are pleased to unveil their Fatal Horizons full-length via MNRK Heavy! In celebration of the record's release, the band has unleashed a video for the track "Alien Synthesis."

The band returns with Fatal Horizons, a sophomore slab of expertly executed crossover fury. Produced, engineered, and mixed by Joey Jones (Royal Thunder, Cloak) with sci-fi/horror artwork from Mario Lopez (Toxik, Skeletal Remains, Evil Invaders), Fatal Horizons' thirteen-tracks are richly thematic and devilishly accessible in equal measure.


The band shared the following:

'Alien Synthesis' is a bit of a continuation from an earlier track of ours called 'Fire In The Sky.' We're all somewhat obsessed with what else is out there as obviously tied into a lot of our overall imagery. For the video, we wanted to make something super visual, a short quick movie if you will. Of course we were leaning heavily towards a sci-fi horror vibe and wanted to tie in elements of our album art so we joined forces with Eric Ricter who is known to do killer work. We couldn't be more excited with how it all turned out and hopefully people and aliens alike will be into it.



11/03 Corpus Christi, TX @ Boozerz
11/04 San Antonio, TX @ Vibes Underground
11/05 Houston, TX @ The End
11/06 Dallas, TX @ Cheapstakes
11/07 Baton Rouge, LA @ La Chelsea's Live
11/09 Tampa, FL @ The Brass Mug
11/10 West Palm, FL @ Respectables
11/11 Jacksonville, FL @ The Archetype
11/12 Orlando, FL @ The Haven
11/14 The End - Nashville, TN
11/15 Little Rock, AR @ Vino's
11/16 Springfield, MO @ The Odyssey
11/18 Tulsa, OK @ Act Like You Know Fest

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