Electronic duo Death Rattle have unveiled the video for their track 'Fixer' which is taken from their upcoming debut EP 'HE&I' which is set for release on October 15th 2012 through Frontal Noize records. It serves as the third video from a trilogy that they have been releasing.
The video, directed and produced by the band, is a simple black and white effort which includes the use of strobelights. Throughout the video we see singer Helen moving to the rhythm of the song, and drummer Chris frantically beating out a heavy, almost marching style drum beat. Coupled with the electronic instrumental, their Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails and Fever Ray influences are made clear.
The other two videos of the trilogy were for the tracks 'The Dig' and 'Do As You Please' unleashed earlier in the year. As a gift for pre-ordering 'HE&I', Death Rattle are offering a free download of their brilliant cover of 'The Chain' by Fleetwood Mac which will otherwise be released next year. Following the break-up of their former band 'The Mouth', their brand new star have turned them international with appearances at the Brainchild Festival in Reading, Swanfest in Ipswich, and Holland's Via Ventosa Festival, not to mention various shows around Europe.
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