BEYOND THE SHORE Debuts “Glass Houses” Video On; Tour With Arsonists Get All The Girls Continues

BEYOND THE SHORE recently filmed some clips with guitarists Zach Hunter and Jared Loucks, as well as bassist Eli Masherbash, to demonstrate the track “Glass Houses” from their critically launded Ghostwatcher album. The clips were edited together into a performance demonstration lyric video hybrid currently streaming exclusively at HERE!

BEYOND THE SHORE is on the road now with Santa Cruz, California progressive experimental band Arsonists Get All The Girls, The Last Ten Seconds Of Life, and Seeker, in support of their latest album and Metal Blade Records debut, Ghostwatcher.

Guitarist Zach Hunter comments: “We’ve had a blast on this tour so far and there are plenty of shows still to go! Come hang out with us and support all the other amazing bands on the package. Despite all the craziness in the beginning this has been one of the best experiences for us as a band and we’d love to share it with all of you. Hope you enjoy the video!”

BEYOND THE SHORE w/ Arsonists Get All The Girls, The Last Ten Second Of Life, Seeker [remaining dates]:
4/2/2014 Dirty Dog Bar – Austin, TX ***
4/3/2014 Tom Cats – Fort Worth, TX ***
4/5/2014 The Spot – El Paso, TX ***
4/6/2014 Gasworks – Albuquerque, NM ***
4/8/2014 Malone’s – Santa Ana, CA ***
4/9/2014 The Cobalt Cafe – Canoga Park, CA ***
4/10/2014 Jerry’s Pizza Bakersfield, CA ***
***Lord of War (3/30 – 4/11)

BEYOND THE SHORE has reaped the approval of fans and critics globally with magazine heavyweights, Alternative Press, including the band in their AP Recommends feature in conjunction with a premiere of the band’s production video for the track “Homewrecker.” The clip became the most viewed and shared video on the site the week of its premiere. Outburn championed the record stating, “far and away their greatest asset lies in the gorgeous fluid and emotive leads – conjuring plaintive tones that are steeped in melancholy over the top of the hammering attack, and in doing so imbuing them with greater emotional impact,” while Power Play Magazine (UK) dubbed the band “a talented bunch of canonical misfits procuring a positive message…BEYOND THE SHORE have been constructed to impress.” Added Sunday Sport (UK), “Ghostwatcher may be the best thing to come out of Kentucky since fried chicken…This is metalcore at its absolute best.”