Like A Storm unveiled the video for its latest single this week.
The band debuted the music video for its new single ‘Pure Evil.’ The song is the second single from the band’s most recent full-length studio recording Catacombs, which was released June 22, 2018 via Century Media Records/Red Music.
The video was shot at the site of the former Methodist Church of Gary, Indiana, just south of Chicago, Illinois, with Vince Lundi heading the project. Like A Storm guitarist Matt Brooks explained in an interview, that the song’s lyrical theme is a social commentary that focuses on religious and political leaders.
“The cover ups, scandals and exploitation that pervade the highest levels of church and government are just sickening,” Brooks said. “‘Pure Evil’ seemed like the perfect way to sum up this absolute hypocrisy. These people seem so righteous, but at their core, they are the worst of the worst.”
‘Pure Evil’ is just the latest single to be released from Catacombs. Audiences can hear a snippet of the album’s lead single ‘Complicated (Stitches & Scars)’ — as well as the album’s other songs — here.
Along with the debut of its new video, the band also recently announced a new string of live U.S. tour dates stretching from Dec. 11 – Dec. 22 in support of Catacombs. Palisades will serve as support for the tour. VIP packages and tickets are available here. The tour’s current schedule is noted below.
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