HUMANGLED: 'Needles Of The Blind' Video Released

Italian death metal act HUMANGLED have released a video for the track "Needles Of The Blind" from the band's forthcoming EP entitled "Odd Ethics", due out in mid-to-late May via Abyss Records. The clip was directed by Andrea Falaschi and points out the blindness of medical science, describing the unpredictable damages of combined collateral effects obtained with therapeutic obstinacy.

"Odd Ethics" was recorded at Italy's Mel-1 Studios and mixed/mastered at Unisound Studio in Örebro, Sweden by Dan Swanö (EDGE OF SANITY, HAIL OF BULLETS, NOVEMBERS DOOM). The cover art was designed by Marko Somero.

"Odd Ethics" track listing:

01. Needles Of The Blind
02. Skinned, to Feel All
03. Smells Acrid
04. Deny Your Creed


Andrew Goreds - Vocals
Luke Scurb - Guitar
Vhell Miscarriage - Guitar
Frank Nichols - Bass
Fred Valdaster - Drums


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