Release New Video For ‘Everybody Knows’

Taken From The Bands Debut EP ‘Critical Method
Released Via Hassle Records 


‘Stake deal primarily in catchy yet unconventional proggy, sludgy post-metal, and Critical Method is a solid collection from start to finish.’ –  Kerrang!

‘Critical Method, delivering a crushing sense of cerebral heaviness, showing that they are reinvigorated and ready to conquer the world’ – Metal Hammer

‘The riffs are mammoth and groove laden, with the tracks exuding a strong melodic presence.’ – Dead Press

Stake have released a brand new video for ‘Everybody Knows’.  The track is taken from the band’s stunning, and critically acclaimed debut EP ‘Catatonic Dreams’.  The vinyl previously sold out immediately and now fans can get a re-press on recycled colourway vinyl:

Watch the video or stream the song HERE

‘Everybody Knows’ is a song about accelerationism: to accelerate a certain process in order to gain change. It’s a term normally used in political and social theories – the belief that this will hasten it’s self-destructive tendencies and ultimately lead to its collapse.” says Brent, singer of the band.

“We as a band lent this term to understand and handle our own psychological chaos and music. It’s the kind of song that we’ll not be able to write twice; it is one of our beloved misfits that we love to play live at the end of our sets. We are very psyched to put this track online now since we’ll not be able to play it live for a while…”

The band’s debut full length – Critical Method – is out now:

STAKE‘s music is loud, hard, and uncompromising. Something carried on from the bands previous incarnation ‘Steak Number Eight’ who, right upto their metamorphosis were selling out Belgium’s biggest venues & supporting the likes of Mastodon, Dillinger Escape Plan, and Deftones. A brand new chapter with an unseen energy, producing a unique hyper atmospheric and grunge-influenced melodic post-metal is now upon them.


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