Canadian noise purveyors METZ recently dropped their most realized work to date with their full length Atlas Vending. While the album sneers and steers you towards the pings of sound the employ, their new video for the song “Framed by the Comet’s Tail” shows a visual element to pair with the music while keeping interpretation up in the air.
The melody induced noise here perpetuates its own universe. Slapped by the percussion and lingered by the bass, the track has all of the squeals and atonal notes you’d expect. The video shows nature landscapes alongside buildings and cities alike. The visions primarily shot with absence of color make the imagery match up well with the harsh and intense notes of the song. Even the more twisted and chaotic tones get paired with fevered camera work.
The video is ready to watch above. The song is ready to stream on all platforms. Atlas Vending can be purchased in various formats and bundles directly from Sub Pop Records. METZ will be on tour beginning August 11 at Canela Party in Torremolinos, Spain until October 08 in Antwerp, Belgium at Muziekcentrum. Their complete tour schedule is available here.
Image Credits: Photo by Norman Wong.