Disciples Of Verity Debuts New Single, ‘I Am I,’ Companion Video

Courtesy: The Label Group

Disciples of Verity debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘I Am I‘ Tuesday. The song and its video are the fifth from the hard rock super group’s forthcoming album Pragmatic Sanction. The band is planning on releasing the album in 2021. The album has already produced the singles ‘The Lost Ones,’ a cover of X Ambassadors’ song ‘Unsteady,’ ‘The Flow,’ ‘Lying To Myself,’ and ‘Worthy.’

The video for ‘I Am I’ features Disciples of Verity performing its new single on a stage to reflect the band’s look in a live setting. That imagery is accompanied by a story of a strip club manager who ends up getting what he deserves in the end from his employees.

Front man Corey Glover discussed the video’s story during a recent interview.

“My hat goes off to the folks doing all that hard work to make this video,” said Glover. “The director and the crew did a great job. The story they told was one of struggle and overcoming a system that more often than not, puts people (women) in financial and physical danger. I am proud of everyone who was involved in telling this story.”

Guitarist Mark Monjoy expanded on Glover’s comments.

“We had a great couple days of shooting with Tony at Kennette Productions,” said Monjoy. “We trusted his vision of what the video needed to capture, and we made it happen. Once you have a good team in place it makes our job that much easier.”

The musical arrangement featured in ‘I Am I’ is a heavy, guitar-driven work that will appeal to fans of Sevendust.

More information on Disciples of Verity’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news is available online at:



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