Satan Takes A Holiday Unveils ‘Ladder To Climb’ Video

Courtesy: Despotz Records

Courtesy: Despotz Records

Satan Takes A Holiday is giving audiences another taste of its upcoming album Aliens.

The band unveiled this week, the video for its latest single ‘Ladder to Climb.’  The song is taken from the band’s fourth full-length studio recording, which will be released Friday, Feb. 24 via Despotz Records.

The video for the full-throttle garage/punk style song was shot almost entirely in an elevator in an unnamed building in Stockholm, Sweden.  Its guerilla-style cinematography adds even more interest to the listening experience.  Audiences can view the video now here.

Front man Fred Burman said the song’s message is one of making the most of every day.

“‘Ladder to Climb’ is a suggestion to unconditionally and without ethical qualms surrender to every impulse and instinct,” Burman said. “The notion is to swallow every pill, drink everything possible, scream every word, fall into every hole and climb every ladder. Be completely alive.”

‘Ladder to Climb’ can be purchased online now via iTunes.  More information on ‘Ladder to Climb’ is available online along with all of Satan Takes A Holiday’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.satantakesaholiday.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pg/satantakesaholiday

Twitter: http://twitter.com/SatanTAHoliday

 

 

 

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