Video Premiere: False Accusations “Implication of Danger”

Posted by on October 25, 2017

The Ohio Valley metal act False Accusations started out as an online project between five guys who never met before. One full-length album and two EP’s later, they are ready to unleash a batch of fresh chaotic tunes. These West Virginia metallers are gearing up for their new EP I Know You Must Ache, which will be released on November 3rd. It was produced by Jay Maas (Vanna, Counterparts) and we have already heard the crushing song “Curiosity Killed Itself.”  

For those who are unfamiliar, if you enjoy bands such as The Dillinger Escape Plan, Underoath, The Chariot, and Every TIme I Die, you should listen to these guys as they hold a unique chaotic blend of their own. Today (25th), we are happy to premiere their video for the fresh tune “Implication of Danger,” which is the perfect blend of metal and hardcore. Here’s what the band’s James Becca has to say about the song and clip:

“‘Implication of Danger’ is the first track off our upcoming EP “I Know You Must Ache”. it’s heavy and to the point but also a bit satirical. Self-aware that it may be a bit generic modern metalcore, but still just having fun with it. This video is from our run we did in September shot by our good friend Ethan from Bent Photography. Real hardworking photographer in the modern music scene. Check him out and check us out on our upcoming tour, hope you enjoy the track!”


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