Facial evolved as a late night exercise, a means for three friends to smash out their daily frustrations.
Gradually, the Los Angeles trio turned into an actual, proper band. Regularly playing LA DIY spot The Smell, Facial's awesome live show matches blistering noise to pangs of introverted melody.
New cut 'Rage Noir' is taken from their upcoming album, out soon on Chain Letter Collective. Clash is able to premiere the accompanying visuals, and they're every bit as uncompromising as the music.
Cameron said: "A gradual declaration of insanity. It's exemplified lyrically here through the surreal lens of David Lynch and his transformation of Twin Peaks' Leland Palmer into the evil spirit Bob.”
Check it out now.