"FE4R", the new video from German metallers KILLTRIBE, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in March at Musikbunker in Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. The song comes off the band's debut EP, "I Am Human", which was released in November 2009 via Big Deal Records. It was made available as a digipack through Killtribe.de and can be purchased via iTunes, Amazon and all other online stores.
Guitarist Hendrik Kröger recently left KILLTRIBE in order to focus on his "math meal mayhem" project SYRANIC. A replacement axeman has not yet been announced.
KILLTRIBE features in its ranks former 10 FOLD B-LOW singer Thomas Fischer and John Lennon Talent award recipient Max Widdra (ex-UNBLEST).
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