Update April 14th: Prowler's new music video 'The Stalker' debuted last night to a crowd of fans, friends and family.
Watch the video above.
Update April, 13th: Today is the day, Friday the 13th, that local Horror-Metal band Prowler will debut their new video.
Below is a behind the scenes, making of, sneek peak of the video that'll be debuting tonight, that Surf Skate Music Culture posted on their website back in February of this year.
Read all about tonights event below.
First Report April, 9th: After five video shoots, five different sets, and over 200 takes, and countless hours of editing, Surf Skate Music Culture (SSMC) is proud to announce that Prowler has reached the final product for their new video. “The Stalker” is set to release, Friday the 13th this April at The Sound Hole.
SSMC's Director and Producer, Chris Canada brings together what will be Prowler's new video "The Stalker" There have been several individuals working on this project. Dwayne King of Kluckin Films has been instrumental while acting as the Director of Photography during the initial shoots. SSMC's Mark Massey has helped with gaffing and has acted as the Best Boy Electric while on the set. Pretty much every individual involved has been multi-‐ tasking.
I have been working countless hours on this project. Seems like most every free hour this past month has been devoted to either filming, editing, helping promote the events. We were really lucky to have the greater support of both the local and regional music scenes. Everyone involved so far in this portion of the production, has been awesome to work with. Even when we asked my wife, Barbie Canada, last minute to act as the victim she was supportive and ready to get involved. Over all I've enjoyed working with Prowler and now it's all about the release! And for the future, who knows what's next.
Prowler's popularity continues to grow in the Southeastern region. They have become #1 in their area, Nationally 72, and Globally 154 on the Reverbnation charts for their local area totaling over 40,000 fans. Their shows usually range to a sell out crowd which the band and management target a younger audience.