We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Murkocet’s music video for their song “Rule The Night” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s Epidemic EP, which is out now. Grab the EP through Bandcamp.
Murkocet vocalist Richie Jano commented:
The ‘Rule The Night’ music video is something we are extremely proud to share as it is a production that presents the businesses of several Phoenix locals who helped us put the video together, while also paying back those Murkocet fans for who were waiting for that infamous ‘Stripclub Massacre’ video to come to life. It is something fun and exciting for both loyal and new fans alike.
About the band:
Murkocet: a substance directly attributed to the aggressive and often times violent actions of it’s user; metaphorically symbolizing their music.
Murkocet is an American heavy metal band based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Formed in 2013, the band’s debut album Digging Mercy’s Grave was released on January 14, 2017. The album consists of eleven tracks, two of which have been aired on Phoenix’s 98 KUPD Into The Pit and another that was chosen by indie horror film director, Bob Clark of Reel Bloody Films to be the title track of his movie, Strip Club Massacre. Since their debut, the band has ventured out on multiple North American tours rocking stages in New Mexico, Nebraska, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, throughout Southern California and The Viper Room in LA. They have shared the stage with headlining acts such as Attila, Exodus, Crowbar, The Browning and more. With a rapidly growing fanbase, the metal quartet landed themselves a spot in Phoenix New Times’ article for 13 Best Metal Bands In Metro Phoenix on August 29, 2017. Murkocet comprises of vocalist Richie Jano, guitarist Nate Garrett, drummer Cooper Osbron and bassist Jim Rawson.
Heavily influenced by Lamb of God, Slipknot, Hatebreed and the like, Murkocet combines their own musical talents to deliver a highly aggressive and unrelenting sound with a catchy melodic groove. The band’s main objective has always been to write material that would not only be exciting musically, but have a strong emphasis on crowd involvement. Their captivating live performance and high energy stage presence prescribes every audience a heavy dose.