Beware of Darkness is pleased to unveil the official video for “All Who Remain” exclusively at Rolling Stone. The gut-wrenching song, which Rolling Stone declares “hook-injected,” is the new single from their debut album Orthodox, out now on Bright Antenna Records. The single is currently heating up at radio, and follows the success of the band’s hit first single “Howl” which reached Top 5 at Rock Radio, culminating in a performance on CONAN.
Los Angeles-based trio is about to wrap a month-long tour that saw them headline a handful of shows across the country, including December radio shows at Nashville’s 102.9 The Buzz’s Swanky Sweater Christmas Jam (alongside 30 Seconds to Mars and Atlas Genius) and Oklahoma City’s 100.5 Wreck The Halls 2013 (alongside Cage The Elephant). The tour dates cap a busy year for Beware of Darkness, which included extensive touring across the U.S. and Europe, performing alongside Jane’s Addiction at the UPROAR Festival, performing at UK’s Redding and Leeds festival and more. Over the last year, the band has shared the stage with the likes of The Smashing Pumpkins, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, Social Distortion, Deftones, Silversun Pickups, Tegan and Sara, Metric, AWOLNATION, Hollywood Undead, The Wombats, Middle Class Rut and others.
Recorded at the Sound Factory and Valley Recorder in Hollywood, CA, executive produced and mixed by Dave Sardy (Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, Nine Inch Nails), and produced by Greg Gordon and frontman Kyle Nicolaides, Orthodox proves itself to be a sensuous experience – aimed somewhere between the gut and dirty dive bar – but death, and its implications for the living, is wrestled with on nearly each of the album’s twelve blistering tracks.
Beware of Darkness is Kyle Nicolaides (vocals, guitar), Daniel Curcio (bass) and Tony Cupito (drums).