Montreal’s JUNKOWL Shares Their Societal Anger In “Sickness Lives” Music Video

L-R – Dominic Labrie – Drums, Jesse Frechette – Vocals, Marco Larosa – Guitar, Samuel Matte- Bass
Photo Credit – Alexandre Guay

Oozing with rock n roll vibes, Junkowl is coming for ya out of Montreal, QC, Canada. The 2019 “En Route To Heavy Montreal Champions” are a slick combination of stoner riffs, hardcore energy, and groovy bass, who recently released their debut album “Making Out With My Death” this past June.

As a whole, Junkowl‘s debut album“Making Out With My Death” is a slow dark ride. Heavy riffs; big dirty bass lines, in your face drums and gut-wrenching screams telling tales of self-loathing, confusion, and intoxication. This is a solid album, something to enjoy with a few beers, smoke a joint, and bang your head off for 30 minutes.

With the state of the current world of Covid days and societal ills, Junkowl is unveiling their new music video “Sickness Lives” via its premiere on MetalInjection HERE.Vocalist Jesse Frechette adds:

“We had a lot of fun shooting this video. It’s our second time working with Dark Moon Productions, and we’re really stoked to share this one. We chose the song ‘Sickness Lives’ because we found it really fit with the times. The track is about living in a sick society ruled by greed, and turning to drugs and alcohol to try and escape that reality… but now with everything going on in the world, I’m sure people will interpret it differently and we’re okay with that.”

For fans of Cancer Bats, Every Time I Die, and Underoath, Junkowl‘s “Making Out With My Death” is available on BandcampSpotify, and Apple Music.

Previous Music Video “Crawling Up My Feet” HERE.

Track Listing:
1. Snakecharmer
2. Quarantine Us All (2:27)
3. Shake Me
4. Dead Hooker (4:40)
5. Little Scum (4:54)
6. Crawling Up My Feet (3:46)
7. Sickness Lives
8. Relapse (3:39
9. Straitjacket
10. 10,000 Vultures
Album Length: 37:28

Junkowl is:
Jesse Frechette – Vocals
Dominic Labrie – Drums
Samuel Matte- Bass
Marco Larosa – Guitar

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