BLACK MARKET SEROTONIN release 'Irons In The Fire' video Print E-mail
Monday, 25 February 2013 16:32

BLACK MARKET SEROTONIN have released a new video for the song 'Irons In The Fire'. The video, which can be seen below, is taken from the band's debut album 'Something from Nothing', out 29th April.


Black Market Serotonin is a three-piece Manchester-based electronic rock band. Combining smatterings of prog and some cerebral pop elements, their sound draws deeply upon '90s alternative bands like Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, Vex Red and Failure. Coming from varying musical backgrounds, but with a shared artistic and philosophical vision, the band came together to produce walls of noise and synth-laden soundscapes fueled by a passion for music and a frustration at the 21st Century's measures of happiness.


After forming in mid 2010 and working hard to refine their sound and live performance, the trio released the 'DeadByFiveOClock' EP to rapturous online reviews. Dom Lawson from Classic Rock: Prog described it as "an important line drawn in the creative sand"; 2013 will see them make good on this promise, with the release of Something from Nothing through Manchester label Superstar Destroyer Records.


Who is who in the band:
Andrew Pimblott - Guitar/Vocals/Keys/Samples
Michael Colman - Drums/Percussion
Lee Campbell - Bass Guitar



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