As a STAR WARS fan that is also a fan of metal, this might just be the best music video that I will see this year. Ahead of the October 1 North American release of their new album, THE DISAPPEARING HUMANS (Century Media/Earache Records), THE MORE I SEE has released the video for "The Eye That Offends." The entire piece was shot on abandoned sets from the iconic first STAR WARS film, deep within the Tunisian Desert of North Africa. Watch it now...
THE MORE I SEE was formed in 2003 by original member Gizz Butt, who after founding the '80s Punk-Metal outfit ENGLISH DOGS, spent four years as lead guitarist for THE PRODIGY. 'The Disappearing Humans' is the fourth TMIS studio album, and will be the first to feature guitarist James Cluer on lead vocals.
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