'Epiphany' Video Press Release
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles-based progressive heavy rock band Socionic has released the music video for the single “Epiphany” online.
View the “Epiphany” artwork video online at YouTube.com: http://youtu.be/A1XngYPEH3Y.
Wrought with symbolism – both visually and lyrically – the release marks the arrival of the band’s founding vision and describes the unique creative approach and expression that has become the project’s mantra. The video, created from the original song artwork which was featured in Advanced Photoshop Magazine [issue 111, July 2013], guides the viewer through the layers of the “Epiphany” as it reveals buried meaning through rich and immersive visual production.
“Epiphany,” the lead single from the recently released “Identity” album (produced by Rhys Fulber [Delerium, Fear Factory, Megadeth, Mudvayne, Scar the Martyr]) has been called “A winner, a rock-radio-ready cut” by Music Connection Magazine. The song also helped land Socionic’s “Identity” on Music Connection’s Top 25 New Music Critiques of 2013 list, with the publication further citing: “Stellar performances, rich production and an ability to craft multi-level, Tool-like tunes that would improve any sci-fi/horror soundtrack.”
Inspired by iconic bands such as Tool and Nine Inch Nails, the music of Socionic emerges as a calculated release of passion and power. Focusing on expression through varied mediums, the essence of the band resonates through visual artwork as well as its music. The live incarnation translates into an explosive and energetic demonstration, engaging audiences with a sound that seamlessly flows from brutal to beautiful, and a message that moves the mind.
"Socionic is easily one of my favorite discoveries this year,” said Earbits Radio CEO Joey Flores. “Hard rock at the level they are playing on is hard to come by."
Socionic, comprised of vocalist/instrumentalist Michael Meinhart, drummer Lior Dar, and bassist Matthew Denis, is currently gearing up for a string of live dates in Los Angeles featuring a number of never-before-heard new tracks.