THE SHRINE Rolls Out New Music Video “Whistlings of Death”

Check out the new super 8 video for Whistling’s of Death with guitar smashing and backyard pool shreddin below…

Venice, CA “Destroyers of Rock ‘n’ Roll” THE SHRINE released their new album Primitive Blast.this summer and just returned from their first European tour (alongside stoner rock veterans Fu Manchu). THE SHRINE‘s new music video “Whistlings of Death“, is a true-to-life mashup of everything the band lives for: skating pools, having fun and hammering home heavy, psychedelic, riff based rock. “Whistlings of Death” was shot and edited by Amanda Siegel (on super 8 and 16mm film) with extra footage contributed by Coan Buddy Nichols.

THE SHRINE‘s Primitive Blast has met to rave review since its release, being called “collision of ’70s headiness and ’80s hardcore angst” by the LA Weekly, and “heavy, hilarious, fast and loud” by ESPN.  SPIN says THE SHRINE are “Shit-kicking SoCal pool-skaters (that) bridge Black Flag and Sabbath via Cro-Mag hooks and high energy sludge” and the band was just spotlighted as part of the Converse x Decibel series “talking rock and skateboarding” as they turn “found space and hideous architecture into skate heaven. THE SHRINE are the real deal, folks.

THE SHRINE is Josh Landau (guitar / vocals), Courtland Murphy (bass) and Jeff Murray (drums).

The Shrine will be in Florida for the Tampa Am 2012 at The Skatepark of Tampa….Dec 6th and the 8th. Check out the new Shrine t-shirts at For more info on The Shrine, go to and

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