Incite is streaming their new, state-of-the-art 360º virtual reality filming technology filmed music video for “Life’s Disease,” also featuring All Hail The Yeti vocalist Connor Garritty, off of their new album Oppression, out now via Minus Head Records below.
Video director Robert Sexton states,
“Incite’s “Life’s Disease” is the first-ever concept-driven heavy metal video shot in VR. We trapped the audience in various 360º environments where we built an occult underworld packed with imagery that’s designed to whip viewers into a state of frenzy. The visual action is designed to draw attention to specific details of the narrative and performance, but the audience can also explore the space on their own terms.
VR is defining the future of both shared viewer experiences and storytelling. We’re pioneers in this space. Every piece of content we create forces us to reinvent everything we know about filmmaking and how an audience interacts with a story.”
The band will be supporting Devildriver on an upcoming tour with Holy Grail and Hemlock.
Jun 08: The Dirty Dog – Austin, TX (Incite headline)
Jun 09: Walters – Houston, TX (Incite headline)
Jun 11: 529 – Atlanta, GA (Incite headline)
Jun 13: Park Street Saloon – Columbus, OH
Jun 14: Fubar – St. Louis, MO
Jun 16: Sunshine Theater – Albuquerque, NM
Jun 17: Window Rock Sports Center – Window Rock, AZ
Jun 18: Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA
Jun 19: Complex – Glendale, CA (Incite headline)