Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Biters, Video Rahim shooting 'Hallucination Generation' video

Posted By on Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 4:30 PM

  • Courtesy Biters
The Biters may be between tours at the moment, but the band is not taking it easy. Instead, its members have been working locally with Video Rahim (Visualuxury and Echo Tree Media) on a music video for "Hallucination Generation," the first cut on 2012's Last of a Dying Breed EP.

Shooting began February 24, and the project is expected to continue through Wednesday, according to Video Rahim. Although guitarist and lead singer Tuk Smith is keeping most details under wraps, Video Rahim indicated that one inspiration for the video is a classic horror movie.

Video Rahim is no stranger to lifting themes from '80s horror films, as the video he shot and directed last year for Gun Party's "Nothing Like A Sheep to Make You Feel Like a Wolf" had a definite An American Werewolf in London vibe.

Tuk has stayed busy in between tours, producing an LP for like-minded Jersey City rockers Wyldlife alongside local engineer Dan Dixon. In addition to having a sound and look similar to that of the Biters, Wyldlife also has something in common with an established noise-pop group - vocalist Danny Feldman's older brother, Kurt, plays drums in the Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

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