We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Ovtlier’s music video for their song “Broken Bones” (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s debut EP What Doesn’t Kill You, which can be streamed/purchased here.
Joey Arena of Ovtlier commented:
I usually try not to burn an exact image of my intentions or meaning behind the lyrics for the sake of sacrificing the the listeners own interpretation but generally speaking, ‘Broken Bones’ is a song about wearing your scars as trophies and making it known that you’re still standing – through all of life’s ups and downs. That you remain rolling with the punches and growing from whatever people or life throw at you. Some will try to cripple you out of pure ignorance but you, the individual, will overcome.
About the band:
What started as a one-man army project in Rochester, NY in the Summer of 2014, Ovtlier has grown into a roaring rock band of stadium ambitions. Led by the enigmatic frontman Joey Arena, Ovlier has already captured the hearts of more than 60K daily followers online, appeared in Revolver Magazine, and has been selling out local shows around the Northeast. Their latest release, music video “Buried Me Alive” takes the listener on a roller-coaster reminiscent of the biggest rock-behemoths of the genre. Drawing influences from Breaking Benjamin, 30 Seconds To Mars, Korn and others, Ovtlier brings the rock edge to a new height of intensity. “Buried Me Alive” features powerful visuals of abandonment, inner destruction, and rage that is born from having to be “buried alive.”
Inspired by 90s grunge, Joey Arena began playing guitar at the age of 11 on an old 3-string guitar. After achieving commercial success with his first band Young Bloods, Arena struggled to find himself, and soon was traveling 8 hours on weekends from Rochester to Cleveland in search of an identity and definition for what would become Ovtlier’s debut EP What Doesn’t Kill You. After adding Paul Milne on lead-guitar, Joey Lana on drums, Cosmo Pusateri on bass, and Joe Syracusa on rhythm guitar, the full line up began playing sold-out local shows and rapidly growing their fan-base among rock music fans. Following several offers from major labels, Ovtlier set out to deliver their most personal and intense work yet.