CASTLE Unveil New Video For The Track Evil Ways; Canadian Tour Dates Announced


Heavy metal enthusiasts, CASTLE have today unveiled their brand new video for the track Evil Ways. The song is taken from their most recent release, Under Siege, released via Ván Records earlier this year.

CASTLE’s vocalist/bassist, Liz Blackwell, commented: “We wrote Evil Ways while we were staying in the desert so we wanted to go back and film the video there too… the song is about being aware of the evil surrounding you and after spending time in the starkness of the desert you have a very keen sense of danger and death all around. We shot the video in between a lightning storm and flash floods in 110 degree heat. Nothing makes you more aware of death than a hostile surrounding. The desert is a perfect partner for heavy music.

Check out the video for Evil Ways below:

In addition to the video, CASTLE have also announced a run of Canadian tour dates, which can be viewed below.

CASTLE Canadian Tour Dates:
10/3 London ON – APK w/ Cauldron
10/4 Niagara Falls ON – Vintage Sports Lounge w/ Cauldron
10/5 Montreal PQ – Foufounes Electrique
10/7 Sherbrooke PQ – Bar Le Magog
10/9 Charlottetown PEI – Baba’s Lounge
10/10 Saint John NB – Pub Down Under
10/11 Halifax NS – Gus Pub
10/13 Fredericton NB – The Capital Complex
10/15 Quebec City PQ – Agitee
10/16 Ottawa ON – Mavericks
10/17 Toronto ON – The Garrison w/ Satan
10/18 Barrie ON – Fitzy’s
10/20 Winnipeg MB – The Zoo
10/21 Regina SK – The Club
10/22 Edmonton AB – Black Dog
10/24 Vancouver BC – Hindenburg w/ Anciients
10/28 Red Deer AB – Vat Pub
10/29 Calgary AB – Palomino Social Club
10/30 Saskatoon SK – Amigos
10/31 Thunder Bay ON – Hunger 9 Festival

Castle 'Under Siege' Artwork

Consisting of eight tracks of riff-driven melodic metal, Under Siege, CASTLE‘s third full-length was released earlier this year to critical acclaim as Guido summed up in his review “Maddening and dark, but so tight and enthralling. This band has made a fine piece of music indeed without ever trying to do too much or too hard” and is available now via the Ván Records webstore on CD or LP

Source: Pioneer Music Press