Wednesday, January 28, 2015


Detroit-area doomsday machine Hollow Earth has premiered a new video for "The Reclamation," the opening song off its latest LP, Silent Graves, released in November 2014 on Panic Records.

Watch "The Reclamation" video, here on Metal Injection.

Directed by Nick Holland of Diamond Dead Media, the video portrays bleak, post-apocalyptic vibes, reminiscent of Cormac McCarthy's The Road, and fitting of Hollow Earth's cautionary hardcore.

Hollow Earth frontman Steve Muczynski states, "The video for 'The Reclamation' reflects the lyrics of the song and paints a picture of the post-apocalyptic world we're currently headed toward with the decisions we make as a society."

Silent Graves was produced by Andy Nelson (Harm's Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Nails).

Order from Panic Records, here.

"Boasting a sound not unlike the melodic and riveting brand that Shai Hulud is known for, Silent Graves also takes time to ponder the chaos it creates, channelling the contemplative heaviness of Neurosis... One of metallic hardcore's best offerings this year."
–Invisible Oranges

"Doom-y metallic hardcore nastiness"

"In the vein of Converge, Nails, and Enabler... To call it 'a scorcher' and/or 'a ripper' would be to undersell."