Savage Messiah – Shooting the Video “All Seeing I”

British metallers Savage Messiah have just finished shooting their first ever music video, for the track All Seeing I, which is taken from the band’s latest album, Plague Of Conscience.
The band filmed the video with director Phil Berridge (Cerebral Bore) of Creative Junkie Media in Birmingham, UK.

Savage Messiah’s frontman Dave Silver comments:
“We shot our first music video over the weekend with director Phil Berridge, and a great day of hard work it proved to be!  Having had all the logistics and themes planned well in advance, our execution allowed everything to go according to plan, giving us plenty of time to focus on getting the performance element right. – “We opted to go for a ‘live’ vibe with this video, as opposed to putting the band in an arbitrary setting, and the O2 in Birmingham was chosen as the place – having recently staged the Black Sabbath reunion, we felt this was pertinent and really helped, as well as being in the city of metal’s (and my own) birth.”

“We arrived, set up the backline, worked with the lighting guy Andi on getting everything programmed, had a talk through everything with Phil and got stuck in straight away, and after about fifty playbacks, a serious amount of shape-throwing, headbanging, gurning and general metal mayhem, had the van packed and the whole thing done and dusted!  I think we really captured the spirit of the band on a big stage, and we’re looking forward to the final result!  We also can’t wait to unleash it on all the heavy metal heathens out there!!!”

/Viktoria Colonna

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