Chicago, July 10, 2012 -- Beak, the Chicago-based quartet band that eMusic described as "majestic" and said their music "deftly vaults between billowing atmospherics, polyrhythmic prog and face-melting noise ", debut their video for "Billions of Eyes" today right here to celebrate the release of the band's widely praised debut album Eyrie on vinyl.
Shot on location in the Mojave Desert and The Empty Bottle in Chicago, the video for "Billions of Eyes" is the visual realization of Beak's bombastic metal. "Scrambling to take cover in the caves of the barren desert, there is nowhere to hide from the billions of eyes that loom over the earth," explains Chris Eichenseer, drummer for the post-metal outfit and the director/producer for the clip. "The hunt is on. From the heavenly bodies that turn in their grandeur above to the single minded pursuit of the damned below, the only refuge is fear." Live footage was shot by Chris Rejano.
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