New England metalcore outfit Saving Vice have been very busy since their formation back in 2017. The sextet have already supported acts including FIt For A King, Born of Osiris, and The Devil Wears Prada as well as having an appearance at Vans Warped Tour. The group strives on presenting a vibrant energy on both record and live performances as they continue to intensify their overall metalcore sound by combining emotive and melodic tones.
Today (11), we are excited to premiere the music video for the song “Hell Here.” The track is taken from their new EP Colder Than Dark, which was released in May and has debuted at #6 on the iTunes Metal Chart.
Bassist Robbie Litchfield described the video:
“We shot this video at Wilson’s Castle in Proctor, VT, a place that is allegedly haunted. Although there were definitely some weird things happening when we were there filming, the most haunting thing was it being 20 degrees the entire day we shot. When you see our breath in the video, that is 100% real — no special effects or gimmicks.
The song “Hell Here” itself is about not bowing down to your own demons or self-defeat as well as not letting outside influences and other people get in your head to keep you from doing what you want with your life. We wanted the song to be dark but to also pull people out of their rut and make them realize their own self worth.”
Watch the chilling clip below:
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