Track of the Day – GRAHAM GREENE “Rage of the Innocents”

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Graham Greene’s album “Rage of the Innocents” is one of my favourite releases this year. It’s full of powerful instrumental rock- and metal tracks, incorporating all sorts of musical influences in the mix, all of it blessed with Greene’s spectacular flair and skill. (Read my review.)

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This brand new video for the title track was just released, and it is really something special. More about the video from Graham Greene:

This video for the title track from Rage of the Innocents could not have been made without the participation of an incredible group of people, all of whom have my undying love and gratitude. The band – Troy Brazier, Jim Awram, Rachel John, Julian Nichols and Craig Skelton – put their hearts and souls into their performances, a fact that shows in every frame. Those frames were captured by an amazing production crew – John Davies, Colleen Gerritson, Rick Turner, Danni Guyer and Mike Shalley, who went above and beyond to ensure the shoots ran smoothly and successfully.

Special thanks must go to some special folks who helped us get over the line – Greg Clotworthy at Instandt, Julie Roberts and Zac Skelton at Kelmscott Senior High School, and Brad, Dave and Jo at Nagrom.

The editing of this video was an enormous task, completed in awesome style by the wonderfully talented Donna Greene, who spun our musical threads into a tapestry of pure gold.

“Rage of the Innocents” is available for download through iTunes, Google Play, CD Baby, Amazon mp3, and Bandcamp.

Keep up with Graham Greene online: official website / Facebook / Twitter / Bandcamp

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