Spotlight On AMPED Artist The More I See

Spotlight On AMPED Artist The More I See

Featured below is a collection of songs by this week’s featured AMPED Artist Of The Week, England-based metal band, The More I See.

Since being formed in 2003 by former The Prodigy guitarist, Gizz Butt, The More I See has released four studio albums: 2005’s The Wolves Are Hungry, 2008’s The Unholy Feast, 2010’s Tread The Darker Path and 2013’s The Disappearing Humans and amassed a solid following across the world thanks to their incredible stage show and impressive amalgamation of progressive metal , hard rock and punk.

2013 saw the release of The More I See’s first ever video, ‘The Eye That Offends,’ which was filmed with director Phil Berridge of Creative Junkie Media on the actual Star Wars sets of Mos Espa, Jundland Wastes and Lars Homestead in Tunisia. At the time, The More I See frontman James Cluer said the experience was one he would always remember: “I’m a massive fan of ‘Star Wars’, so to visit Tunisia and film at some of the greatest film locations ever was really special. It was such an incredible experience to perform at the mighty canyons of the Jundland Wastes (‘Episode IV: A New Hope’), where Luke Skywalker and the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO first meet Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well as the city of Mos Espa (‘Episode I: The Phantom Menace’), and especially Luke Skywalker‘s home — Lars homestead (‘Episode IV: A New Hope’). It was a childhood dream of mine to see the igloo, and to get to film there with the sun setting behind us was something I’ll never forget!”

A photo shoot, as well as a series of behind scenes videos form the set of ‘The Eye That Offends’ can be found here.

The More I See is currently preparing for their first shows of 2015. Dates are as follows:

January 27th at 229 on Great Portland Street, London

May 3rd Thrashasaurus festival in Norwich at the Brickmakers Tuffnell Park Dome

May 30th with Nightlord and Torrenaga and special guests in London

The More I See Online:

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