California Christian metal act Phinehas has unleashed their brand new music video for “My Horses Are Many” from the critically-acclaimed 2011 album entitled thegodmachine. After giving photo teases throughout the week, the music may now be seen in full right now on YouTube. The band shot the video while on their west coast tour with Defiler (Razor & Tie), which they are in the closing days of. What the critics had to say about thegodmachine:

“[Phinehas has] that intangible quality that, when combined with a group of seriously talented musicians, creates a very impressive complete package.”

Under The Gun Review

“Phinehas has released an amazing collection of music.”

Indie Vision Music

“It’s of no question that these guys are talented musicians.”

The NewReview

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