THE DAMNED REVEAL NEW VIDEO!

THE DAMNED have unveiled a futuristic video for their new single.

‘Standing On The Edge Of Tomorrow’ is taken from the Tony Visconti-produced new album Evil Spirits, which is out in April through Search And Destroy/Spinefarm.

The video was directed by band frontman Dave Vanian with renowned video producer Dan Axtell.

Regarding the video’s theme, Vanian says, “The exploration and colonisation of other worlds is something we will face in the not so distant future. My fervent hope is that we do not take our fears and prejudices with us and repeat the mistakes we have made on our home planet.”

The Damned have just embarked on a UK Tour. Remaining dates are….

30th January – Leeds, O2 Academy Leeds
31st January – Manchester, Academy 1
1st February – Birmingham, O2 Academy
3rd February – Leicester, O2 Academy
4th February – Nottingham, Rock City
6th February – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
7th February – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
9th February – Cardiff, Great Hall
10th February – Bristol O2, Academy Bristol
11th February – Bournemouth, O2 Academy
13th February – Southampton, O2 Guildhall

Tickets are available here.

Evil Spirits is available to pre-order here.

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  • Alfie Agnew on

    Awesome! Looking forward to the album release-


  • Beth Hemsley on

    FUCK YES!!!
    The Damned is the first & foremost band EVER!!
    (I love you guys!)


  • Peter miller on

    Another master peice from the damned brilliant nice to see paul grey again bring back rat and come and play warrington parr hall again been a deciple since 1977 i would like to see the damned with my autistic son i find this the best venue well done boys cant wsit for the album.


  • Etty on

    Awesome line-up but get Rat back on drums, much better!!!


  • David Reubens on

    Why do people always want the old days back. Yes Rat was good but Pinch does an excellent job as did Stu West on bass. Let’s give credit where credit is due. Most line ups have been great. This tour’s line up with Paul Gray was brilliant but don’t forget the service Stu gave.


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