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“An atom bomb of energy, and a fistful of sand…”…this is awesome!

The Safety Fire are one of the more unique bands out there, a promising UK act who combine crazy progressive riffing akin to some of the spazziest stuff from The Ocean or early Mastodon with the kind of melodic and spacey stuff you might like if you listen to, say, Circa Survive or something. Anyway, these guys always seem to be pushing themselves and the band have unleashed a new video for their song “Glass Crush”.

Definitely one of the most exciting Century Media bands right now by far, these guys are over the top and passionate. It’s great. And while some people can’t get behind the vocals as maybe too emo or something, dude’s voice is not whiny and he commands great presence atop the varied sounds of the band. I would rather hear these skillfully executed vocals than a bunch of growly bullshit, frankly.

This video does what it ought to, makes me want to hear the song again, buy a copy of Mouth of Swords and enjoy life.

Click HERE to watch it.

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Full Album Stream from the Safety Fire – “Mouth of Swords”

Posted by GageT on Friday, August 23, 2013 at 7:52 AM (PST)

safetyfiremouthofswordsLondon progressive metal outfit the Safety Fire is streaming their new album Mouth of Swords in its entirety ahead of its Sept. 3 release date (via InsideOutMusic).

The track list:

1. Mouth Of Swords
2. Glass Crush
3. Yellowism
4. Beware The Leopard (Jagwar) feat. Tommy Rogers
5. Red Hatchet
6. Wise Hands
7. The Ghosts That Wait For Spring
8. I Am Time, The Destroyer
9. Old Souls

Check out the stream here.

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Music Video: The Safety Fire – “”DMB (FDP)”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 6:48 AM (PST)

London’s progressive metalcore newcomers The Safety Fire have just released a music video for the song “DMB (FDP).”  It is taken from their debut album called Grind The Ocean and the second single from said album. The album was released in April 2012 after a long delay which was released in the beginning of April through InsideOut Music/Century Media.

The video is produced by Jamie Carter who has worked with such bands as Funeral For A Friend and Rise To Remain.  Footage was shot at the Download Festival 2012 while the band was on tour with French metal kingpins Gojira.

To see the video for yourself click here.

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Full Album Stream: The Safety Fire – “Grind The Ocean”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 7:48 PM (PST)

London’s own progressive metalcore lords The Safety Fire are streaming their entire new album Grind the Ocean to celebrate it’s official release (finally).  The album’s release was actually pushed back from late February 2012 to today April 10th.  To listen to Grind the Ocean in all of its progressive glory click right here.

Grind the Ocean is out right now on InsideOut Music/Century Media and is the band’s first full length studio release.  They released a critically acclaimed EP called Sections back in 2009, but this is really what everyone’s been waiting for.

To see a video for the first single taken from the album called “Floods of Colour”, click here.

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The Safety Fire release music video for “Floods Of Colour”

Posted by KageDrummer on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at 1:32 PM (PST)

British progressive metallers, The Safety Fire, have released a music video for their song “Floods Of Colour” off their upcoming album “Grind The Ocean.” Guitarist Derya “Dez” Nagle has stated:

It was an absolutely crazy time filming it, we had tons of paint in our mouths, which I can say doesn’t taste very nice at all. We’ve done a performance video, and I think it’s important for people to see us perform in that kind of way, because if you haven’t seen us live then you don’t necessarily know what to expect. But I think this shows a different side of our personalities, which I think is just as important. We like to have fun with things, even though we’re very serious.”

To check out the music video click here.

“Grind The Ocean” will be released April 10th through InsideOutMusic.

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