REQUIEM New Music Video for “Sticks & Stones And Her Lovely Bones”


REQUIEM’s brand new album, The Unexplainable Truth, is out now via Cleopatra Records (E1)! Today, Alternative Press Magazine is hosting the exclusive premiere of the brand new music video for the lead single from the record, ‘Sticks & Stones And Her Lovely Bones’. Make sure to watch the video, directed by Tommy Merry, here via


REQUIEM vocalist Steven Juliano states, “We are beyond excited to world premiere our new music video with such an amazing magazine like Alternative Press. This video really means so much to us. We put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into the making of ‘Sticks and Stones and Her Lovely Bones’, and it feels great to finally release this to the masses. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it!”


Make sure to order your copy of The Unexplainable Truth now via! REQUIEM features vocalist Steve Juliano of former Epitaph Records powerhouse band I Am Ghost, Daisy Rock Guitars-sponsored guitarist/vocalist Jacklyn Paulette, and Pearl / TRX-sponsored drummer Rick Siegfried.


The Unexplainable Truth combines dark melodies and soaring orchestras with vicious metal guitars and bass. Recorded by the band themselves in Santa Cruz, CA at Sonic Shark Studios, the album was also mixed by JD Keiser at Laughing Lion Productions, and mastered by Nakasaki Sound. Stepping forward as visionaries while most bands are still trying to catch up in the scene, REQUIEM are set to unleash and album that will change your views of what “metalcore” should be.


REQUIEM has a few upcoming live gigs that you can attend to witness them live! See below for a full listing of booked dates.


Additional upcoming events:

11/8 – Monterey, CA @ Monterrey Fair Grounds

11/18 – San Jose, CA @ The Rock Shop

12/5 – Bakersfield, CA @ Jerrys Pizza

12/6 – Hollywood, CA @ Bar Sinister


Have you ordered your new REQUIEM merch yet? Do it now at:



Steven Juliano- Vocals

Jacklyn Paulette- Vocals/Guitar

Finn Stobbe- Bass

Ryan Heggum- Guitar/Screams

Rick Siegfried- Drums


For more information on REQUIEM, please visit these websites:

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