Venom Prison have premiered a frantic video for their latest single, Immanetize Eschaton, over at Revolver.
Speaking of the video, vocalist Larissa Stupar said: “The video is basically representing what I thought when I was writing the lyrics for the song. It’s not about displaying self-harm and committing suicide. It’s about the images you have in your head. When you suffer from depression, you often simply don’t want to live anymore, you want to end the suffering, but then, you are also afraid to die — so there’s still something that keeps you in the world. The concept of the video and the song is, basically, fighting the weakness within your head that wants you to stop living.”
The track is taken from Venom Prison’s critically acclaimed 2016 debut album, Animus, and they will head out on tour in April alongside Trivium, Code Orange, and Power Trip. You can see the video below, along with dates for the upcoming tour.
Apr. 16 – Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
Apr. 17 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
Apr. 19 – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy
Apr. 20 – Manchester, UK – Academy
Apr. 21 – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
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