Grammy-nominated and Gold-selling metalcore heavyweights Killswitch Engage have just dropped the video for “I Am Broken Too“. The new video arrives just ahead of their upcoming album Atonement, which releases August 16th. The full-concept video was directed by Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer of SIMIAN.LA (A Perfect Circle, Breaking Benjamin) and was shot in the Los Angeles area.
Set to release their new album on Metal Blade Records next month, metalcore titans Killswitch Engage have released “I Am Broken Too”, the 2nd single from their upcoming album. A song that also features vocalist Jesse Leach’s handwritten lyrics in the video, the new song emerges as the band continues their co-headlining tour with the equally influential Clutch. Check out the song and video below.
Legendary metalcore band Killswitch Engage, who recently wrapped up a packed co-headlining tour with Parkway Drive, have finally “Unleashed” a new song. “Unleashed” is the first track off the band’s highly anticipated new record, Atonement, which is due out this August. The new album hits stores via Metal Blade Records on August 16th. The new record will feature former Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones on the song “The Signal Fire”, alongside Jesse Leach, along with “The Crownless King”, which features Testament’s Chuck Billy. The band is also touring with Clutch and Cro-Mags, the dates of which you can find below.
Fit For A King and Phinehas are two bands that are unafraid to wave the flag of American Metalcore. I mean seriously, Fit For A King emblazon the genre on some of their merch! Both bands have put out forward-thinking and interesting releases, especially Dark Skies and thegodmachine.
Anyhow, FFAK vocalist Ryan Kirby and Phinehas guitarist Daniel Gailey now have a channel dedicated to their covers of their favorite rock and metal songs, and they’re getting community involvement, too. Their new cover of Killswitch Engage’s classic, “My Curse”, is a pretty spot-on take of the original, and stylishly executed as well. The duo will be offering up 2 covers every month – and 3 for Patreon supporters – making this a worthwhile use of your funds, should you choose to financially support.
Ryan and Daniel have a Patreon account, where you can also vote in their monthly cover poll, get an mp3 of said cover for yourself, and much more.