THE ONE HUNDRED have revealed an official music video for ‘Dark Matters’, the first single from their forthcoming, hotly-tipped debut album.
The video was produced and directed by Jeb Hardwick, who has previously created clips for Architects and Wild Palms. A debut full-length album is forthcoming, to be released in Australia through Caroline Australia.
‘Dark Matters’ was unleashed via Dan P Carter’s Radio One Rock Show and is now available via iTunes and Spotify. Listen to ‘Dark Matters’ HERE.
The One Hundred have been busy putting the finishing touches to their debut album – due for worldwide release this year via Spinefarm Records – and are now ready to hit the ground running; a full headline UK tour is locked-in for this May, leading into further headline dates in Europe. Massmatiks will support The One Hundred across all UK dates.
The One Hundred vocalist, Jacob Field, says; “we know we’ve kept you guys in suspense for a while but we are BACK and Dark Matters is just the beginning.”
Mixing an eclectic combination of crushing guitars and infectious electronica, The One Hundred have a unique home-grown approach to song writing which incorporates elements of metal, hip hop, rock and dance. Throw in Jacob’s distinctively English rap-come-singing and you’ve got a band who will have you singing along, punching the air and screaming for more. They are the real deal. They are the new generation.
The One Hundred previously released their debut EP Subculture in 2014 and have toured extensively across the United Kingdom as well as performing at major festivals such as Sonisphere, Download Festival and Reading and Leeds. In September 2016 the band announced via their social media that they had signed to Spinefarm Records – and will see further releases in Australia released through Caroline Australia.
LOVE FOR THE ONE HUNDRED
“[Subculture EP] is a hurricane of crowd slaying songs” – James McKinnon, Kerrang!
“[Subculture EP] is full of rip roaring battle cries” – Luke Morton, Metal Hammer
“The One Hundred will look back at Subculture as the EP that changed the game – they are only just beginning” – Big Cheese