New POUND OF FLESH Music Video for “One-Time Offer” Streaming Now via REVOLVER Magazine
Featuring Ex-MINISTRY Keyboardist Darrell James
New Album “Pills” Out Now via WuLi Records
Chicago, IL alt-electronic hard rock group POUND OF FLESH (featuring former Ministry keyboardist Darrell James) recently released their latest album Pills via WuLi Records and INgrooves Music Group. Today, REVOLVER Magazine is exclusively hosting a brand music video for the new track “One-Time Offer”. Watch the video here: http://www.revolvermag.com/?p=68691
The video was directed and edited by Steven McIntosh with cinematographers Beth Hollander and Elizabeth Fraiberg from e3Photography.
POUND OF FLESH frontman and keyboardist Darrell James states, “The concept for the song and video is that I’m the devil giving you a one-time offer and leading you into temptation with sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It’s about lust, it’s about indulgence, it’s about being drawn to something that you’re afraid to give in to… lured or guided by the little devil on your shoulder to take a chance, have fun, give in, and enjoy yourself because you don’t know what is next.”
James adds, “We felt it was the perfect song to introduce POF to the world since the song incorporates most of the aspects of what POF is all about—good old-fashioned sex, drugs, and rock and roll!”
Pills can be ordered here via iTunes. Mixing an intense and raw electronic sound with heavy, clean production, Pills is both a great follow-up to 2012’s singular counterpart Pill, as well as a perfect introduction to POF’s sound for new fans.
Recorded at Paragon and Drakeraven studios, the album was produced by POF vocalist and lead programmer Darrell James (formerly of Ministry and Revolting Cocks) and keyboardist Steven McIntosh, and was mastered by Doug McBride at Gravity Studios in Chicago.
**LIVE SHOW ALERT**
Catch POUND OF FLESH at the Copernicus Center in Chicago, IL on January 11, 2015. For more info, visit www.copernicuscenter.org.
POUND OF FLESH was formed in the late 90’s, and released their first full-length record in 2000, entitled Red & Black. The album received critical acclaim and support from over 250 radio stations nationwide.
While touring regionally in support of Red & Black, frontman Darrell James was introduced to the legendary Al Jourgenson of Ministry. James was invited by Jourgenson to play keyboards during Ministry’s 2003 “Fornicatour.” Darrell agreed, and was subsequently asked to stay on for their 2004 “Evil Doer” tour. Additionally, Darrell’s keyboard and programming work can be heard on Ministry’s Rantology and Rio Grande Blood as well as the Revolting Cocks’ Cocked and Loaded.
In 2008, Darrell started collaborating with keyboardist Steven McIntosh on new material. After perfecting their sound and recruiting the rest of the current incarnation of the band, POF released their aforementioned 2012 album Pill. This marked the launch of what now exists as POUND OF FLESH.
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Darrell James Vocals and programming
Steven McIntosh Keyboards
Alan Stehman Guitars
Jack Curylo Bass Guitar
Jarek “Jerry” Lukomski Drums