King Gizzard stays thrashy with “Self Immolate” music video

With the release of the Planet B music video on April 8th, the Fishing for Fishies full length on April 27th, and the brand new song, Self Immolate, King Gizzard is seriously back on top of their game. The music video for Self Immolate was posted on May 28th and definitely continues the thrashy trend the band set with Planet B. The video was directed by John Angus Stewart and stars Katherine Grinlaw as Zagan, the insane murderer you’ll remember seeing in the Planet B video. In case you didn’t get enough burning body action from the Game of Thrones wrapup, there are a lot of burning bodies in this too. It looks like the band used a lot of special effects as well as fire-proof stunt suits to achieve the result of, basically roasting.

King Gizzard has shown that they’ve never been afraid to produce a broad range of music. It’s looking more and more like we could get a thrash album in the tradition of early Megadeth, Metallica, or Slayer, but the band is also notorious for dropping releases abruptly and surprising fans, so it’s hard to tell what exactly is going to happen, which is half the fun. Enjoy the new song: Self Immolate.

Tour Dates

June 27 Forum Melbourne – Melbourne, VIC

June 27 Forum Melbourne – Melbourne, VIC

June 28 Forum Melbourne – Melbourne, VIC

July 03 The Tivoli – Brisbane, QLD

July 04 The Tivoli – Brisbane, QLD

July 05 Roundhouse, UNSW – Sydney, NSW

July 06 Roundhouse, UNSW – Sydney, NSW

July 12 Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide, SA

July 13 Astor Theatre – Perth, WA

July 14 Astor Theatre – Perth, WA

July 26 Naeba Ski Resort – Niigata, Japan

Aug 13 Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

Aug 14 Svn West – San Francisco, CA

Aug 15 Svn West – San Francisco, CA

Aug 16 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR

Aug 17 Harbour Event Centre – Vancouver, BC

Aug 18 Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA

Aug 20 The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT

Aug 21 Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO

Aug 23 Riverside Theatre – Milwaukee, WI

Aug 24 Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL

Aug 25 Rebel Toronto – Toronto, ON

Aug 26 L’Olympia de Montréal – Montreal, QC

Aug 27 College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT

Aug 28 SummerStage, Central Park – New York, NY

Aug 30 Franklin Music Hall – Philadelphia, PA

Aug 31 9:30 Club – Washington, DC

Sep 01 New Belgium Brewing Company – Asheville, NC

Sep 02 Tabernacle presented by Cricket Wireless – Atlanta, GA

Sep 03 Joy Theater – New Orleans, LA

Sep 04 Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, TX

Sep 06 The Bomb Factory – Dallas, TX

Sep 30 Rock City – Nottingham, UK

Oct 01 Barrowland Ballroom – Glasgow, UK

Oct 02 O2 Academy Leeds – Leeds, UK

Oct 03 O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester – Manchester, UK

Oct 05 Alexandra Palace – London, UK

Oct 06 TivoliVredenburg – Utrecht, Netherlands

Oct 07 TivoliVredenburg – Utrecht, Netherlands

Oct 08 Ancienne Belgique (AB) – Brussels, Belgium

Oct 11 Carlswerk Victoria – Cologne, Germany

Oct 12 Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany

Oct 13 Rockhal Club – Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg

Oct 14 L’OLYMPIA – Paris, France

Oct 15 Alcatraz – Milan, Italy

Oct 16 X-TRA – Zürich, Switzerland

Oct 18 La Riviera – Madrid, Spain

Oct 19 Razzmatazz – Barcelona, Spain

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