Jinjer Post Intense Video for “Pit of Consciousness”
Jinjer sure are on quite a tear right now, eh? The night of their sold out show at NYC’s Gramercy Theater we shot one of our patented MetalSucks “Musicians Watching Fan YouTube Covers of Their Music” videos, and that video is doing gangbusters. The band’s new album, Macro, came out last Friday, October 25, so don’t be shocked next week when it posts impressive first-week sales numbers, and don’t be shocked when the band is headlining much bigger tours a year or two from now.
To celebrate the album’s release, Jinjer have unveiled a new video for “Pit of Consciousness,” a warehouse-style black and white affair that paints a decent picture of what the band’s live performances are like (plus, ya know, colors and lights and fans going crazy and shit). Bassist Eugene offers on the track:
“This is a song that can be applied to each of us in the band. Living a life at a full pace after years of touring, have we accidentally let someone else into our heads and become foreigners to ourselves? Holding on to the hope that we can keep those doors shut…”
Macro is out now via Napalm and can be ordered here. The band currently have a few shows of their North American tour left, after which they immediately head to Europe and the U.K. for a nearly-sold out run there; tickets are still available right here!