Glass Cloud releases “She Is Well and Nothing Can Be Ill” Music Video

Glass Cloud has released an action packed live performance video for their song “She Is Well and Nothing Can Be Ill” off of their debut album The Royal Thousand.

The video was filmed by Nick Godsell on the band’s recent run on the 2012 AP Tour in Norfolk, VA at Norva and Richmond, VA at Kingdom and captures the band’s wildly memorable stage presence and charismatic, engaging personalities found both on and off the stage. The explosive video premiered yesterday on and is now also available on

Since the July 10 release of The Royal Thousand, Glass Cloud has toured extensively, performing on The Road To Metal Fest Tour, Scream It Like You Mean It 2012, and a Canadian run with labelmates Texas In July; And at festivals around the country such as New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, SXSW, Jamboree, South By So What, and Never Say Never, where Glass Cloud has shared stages with the likes of Killswitch Engage, Every Time I Die, Trivium, and more. With each and every performance, Glass Cloud has commanded the attention of the audience and won over crowds with their impressive display of exceptional musicianship, over the top energy, and dynamic performances.

The Royal Thousand was recorded in Escondido, CA at Lambesis Studios, with 8-string guitarist Josh Travis also serving as producer. The band has been praised around the world, with UK’s Big Cheese Magazine penning, “Glass Cloud demonstrates the grittiest representation of the uprising melodic hardcore groups with the addition of having some of the finest musicians within said genre,” and noting the album’s display of “…limitless vocal ranges and driving intricacies, aided by mind-blowing riffs and electrifying melodies.” Metal Hammer comments directly on “She Is Well And Nothing Can Be Ill” lauding that it’s “full of polyrhythmic wizardy, piercing riffs and jarring notes…” while Alternative Press states, “Roush’s voice recalls Deftones’ Chino Moreno at times, his melodies sharing a certain moody intensity with that band, too. Travis, meanwhile, is a Meshuggah-indebted technical death-metal player wielding an eight-string guitar and chunking out ultra-dense chords and eardrum-sanding waves of dissonance…the amount of potential here is astronomical.”

Glass Cloud will continue to bring their animated, axe swinging performances throughout North America in 2013, kicking off the year on tour with Silverstein, featuring additional support from Like Moths To Flames, Secrets, and Issues.

Glass Cloud w/Silverstein, Like Moths To Flames, Secrets, Issues
Jan 25 Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
Jan 26 Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
Jan 27 Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights
Jan 28 Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose Tap House*
Jan 29 Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall
Jan 30 Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
Jan 31 Reno, NV @ Knitting Factory
Feb 01 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
Feb 02 Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Feb 03 San Diego, CA @ Soma
Feb 05 Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy Theatre
Feb 06 Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
Feb 07 Mesa, AZ @ Nile Theatre
Feb 08 Albuquerque, NM @ Sunshine Theater
Feb 09 Lubbock, TX @ Jakes Sports Cafe
Feb 10 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Feb 12 Dallas, TX @ Trees
Feb 13 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
Feb 14 Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box*
Feb 15 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Feb 16 Orlando, FL @ The Social
Feb 17 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Feb 19 West Springfield, VA @ Empire
Feb 20 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Feb 21 Asbury Park, NJ @ Stone Pony
Feb 22 Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
Feb 23 Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
Feb 24 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Feb 26 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
Feb 27 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
Feb 28 Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
Mar 01 Montreal, QC @ La Tulipe
Mar 02 Toronto, ON @ The Opera House
*Glass Cloud only