Austin based heavy rockers A GOOD ROGERING have released a video for their song "A Victory Lost". The song is from their album Systematic Paralysis which was released last year.

The band comments "‘A Victory Lost’ is the final installment of a trilogy of videos from the first three tracks of our latest album Systematic Paralysis. The video embodies the dystopian theme of the album with imagery, characters, and backdrops that depict an unfolding reality that’s sinister and taboo. The sonic landscape of ‘A Victory Lost’ is full of odd-meter catchy riffs, syncopated drumming, and heavy-hitting choruses that illuminate a message of skepticism in an age of dogmatism.

“We once again worked with videographer Marc Coronado who also did the second video in the trilogy Systematic Paralysis.”


Catch the band on tour next month:

  • JUN 9 Homer's Bar and Music Venue @ 9:00pm Abilene, TX, United States
  • JUN 10 Jake's Sports Cafe @ 9:00pm Lubbock, TX, United States
  • JUN 23 Wonder Lounge @ 8:00pm Laredo, TX, United States
  • JUN 24 Hop Shop @ 8:00pm Harlingen, TX, United States
  • JUN 29 Sam's Burger Joint @ 8:00pm San Antonio, TX, United States
  • JUN 30 Come and Take It Live @ 8:00pm Austin, TX, United States
  • JUL 8 Jack's Roadhouse @ 8:00pm San Marcos, TX, United States
  • JUL 14 Black Magic Social Club @ 8:00pm Houston, TX, United States
  • JUL 15 Grand Stafford Theater @ 8:00pm Bryan, TX, United States

A GOOD ROGERING materialized circa 2008 in Austin, Texas. With three albums, an EP and several singles under their belts, A GOOD ROGERING has toured the US and opened for such acts as SKID ROW, Marty Friedman (MEGADETH), Uli Jon Roth (SCORPIONS) and Steven Adler (GUNS N’ ROSES). Venturing through a dystopian world, their latest record, Systematic Paralysis, is a journey fusing classic rock elements with heavy distortion, anthemic choruses and funky grooves.

"The Austin, TX, alt-metal crew bring together a beautiful mixture of agro hard rock, weighty groove metal, and strung-out grunge, the result of which is a distilled sense of what ’90s metal was like." - MetalSucks

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