With just ten days to go before the release of their new EP, Peace In Chaos, Reading rap/funk genre blenders The Final Clause Of Tacitus are pleased to reveal the music video to their current single, Give Them Blood. With a video that shows both the band’s on stage performance and a storyline with a mystery element to it, The Final Clause of Tacitus have found another way to capture the attention of the music loving masses.
Having already achieved significant radio airplay, including the accolade of single of the week at Total Rock Radio, Give Them Blood is likely to become a live favourite and staple of the band’s shows for months and years to come. The track captures the essence of what The Final Clause Of Tacitus are all about perfectly, never being afraid to wear their influences on their sleeve but at the same time offering a very fresh and relevant sound for the turmoil filled world that is all around us today.
It is songs like Give Them Blood that have already seen high levels of interest in the band’s new material, making Peace In Chaos’s release eagerly awaited. Kerrang Magazine are one such notable interested party, having already reviewed the EP and deemed it “a bold and assured effort”.
Anyone wanting to pre-order Peace In Chaos can do so via Amazon. With just ten days to go before the release of their new EP, The Final Clause of Tacitus’ excitement at sharing their new music with their fans is growing every day. Strap yourselves in, it’s going to be a very interesting ride.
Formed at the beginning of 2016, The Final Clause Of Tacitus is the union of four like minded people who got together through a desire to make a statement with their music. The latest band to emerge from the productive Reading metal scene of the last decade, the band proudly wear their influences such as Rage Against The Machine and Red Hot Chili Peppers on their sleeve, combining elements of multiple sounds into something fresh and relevant for 2017.
In the first 8 Months of gigging they have already started making a name for themselves with their explosive energetic performances, which saw them gaining support slots for such acts as ‘Crazytown’, ‘Electric 6’ and the ‘Kamikaze Test Pilots’, and also being invited to play the Skindred after party.
So, say no to the everyday norm and remember why music excited you all over again, and let’s get funked up!