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SHAKE THE TEMPLE: Announce New Music Video Late Indicator

SHAKE THE TEMPLE: Announce New Music Video Late Indicator

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Coming hot off the tracks of their first music video release and their self-titled, debut album launch in January- Shake the Temple has just released a new music video for their track ‘Late Indicator’.

Always having a strong emphasis on telling a story and putting incredible attention to detail and care into their music videos, it is no doubt that ‘Late Indicator’ is going to be one music video you do not want to miss. Taking advantage of a striped back Australian landscape, the single, while seemingly also stripped back musically is not a ballad.

“I find it amusing that as soon as a rock or metal band plays anything with an acoustic guitar or a brass instrument, that it immediately gets pigeonholed into being a ballad,” the bands lead singer John Joseph states.

“The lyrics on this one are much more profound and it’s certainly not a love song.”

The music video is set to take an audience on a journey of sweeping plains and soaring visuals- giving listeners a visual metaphor of the diverse sounds that Shake the Temple are bringing to the table.


John Josephc - Lead Vocals & Guitars

Damian Cutler - Bass & Vocals

Dave Emms - Drums


Shake The Temple staked its arrival in late 2018 with the release of its debut single, Huntsman. The heavy-hitting single mixed sweeping melodies with fuming guitars are reminiscent of the 70s and 80s vintage metal.

But the Melbourne trio flipped things soon after, following up with an anthemic take on the city’s obsession with cosmetic surgery. Martini confirmed the versatility of the band, mixing spacious guitars with clever lyrics casting a darker light on high society.

The singles were supported by the band’s first live shows around Melbourne.

Sadly, the band’s progress was brought to a sudden halt when lead singer and songwriter John Joseph suffered a brain aneurysm in February 2020.

Admitted to emergency surgery, the project was left to wait until he recovered. Yet, despite the seriousness of the operation, Joseph was inspired to continue the project and from his bed, orchestrated the release of 3 further singles in quick-fire succession.

With three demos left in his arsenal, Joseph recruited video production guru Daniel Armstrong and together they produced 3 lyric videos to support the singles – all whilst the world went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Who I Am was released in May 2020, followed by Precious Lover just six weeks later in June 2020, and then the simmering If You And I Could Make It in July of the same year. Though the band still hadn’t featured in any of the videos at that time (due to COVID lockdowns and Joseph’s health), it would at least showcase the music.

This inspired move not only spawned three more cracking heavy rock tunes – but attracted the interest of Sliptrick Records in Europe. The band subsequently signed to the label.

After Joseph’s recovery, the band returned to the studio to record two more tracks to complete what will be a 9 song debut album on the Sliptrick Records label.

In 2021 Shake The Temple are set to release their debut album and return to the live circuit, with plans to tour Europe.

Shake The Temple - Late Indicator Official Video


1. Huntsman

2. The Devil's Approach

3. If You And I Could Make It

4. Precious Lover

5. Who I Am

6. Late Indicator

7. Martini

8. Driven

9. Fist Of Love

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