"Doomsday", the new video from old-school death metallers JUNGLE ROT, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's ninth full-length album, "Order Shall Prevail", which was released last June via Victory.
"To me, the video is essentially about paranoia," states JUNGLE ROT bassist James Genenz. "The protagonist is more than likely a paranoid conspiracy theorist, who probably isn't all that wrong with his theories, but is driven mad because of them. The live shots of us playing under targets are like his delusions, envisioning an attack on a small populace of citizens and we are his weapon. Eventually, he cannot handle the prophetic visions and blinds himself to it."
JUNGLE ROT will take part in the sixth annual "Metal Alliance Tour", which will be headlined by DYING FETUS, with additional support from THE ACACIA STRAIN, BLACK CROWN INITIATE and rotating openers REAPING ASMEDEIA and NYLITHIA. The trek will make its way across United States and Canada starting on the East Coast in April.
"We're definitely looking forward to getting back on the road," says Genenz. "It's been a few months since we've been out and we are excited to perform for our fans again alongside our tour mates. We have a long history with DYING FETUS going as far back as the demo days, and our former drummer Jesse plays for BLACK CROWN INITIATE, so this will be one big, fun road reunion!"
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