LIKE A STORM: 'Become The Enemy' Video Released

October 21, 2015

"Become The Enemy", the new video from New Zealand's highest-charting rock act LIKE A STORM, can be seen below. The clip features the band performing amidst a raging ring of fire, and even features a flaming didgeridoo being played.

The video for "Become The Enemy" was directed by LIKE A STORM's longtime collaborator Chris Fisher, whose previous efforts with the band produced the multi-million-viewed "Love The Way You Hate Me" clip.

"Become The Enemy" has risen rapidly at U.S. Active Rock radio, breaking the coveted Top 25 within just weeks of being released. It is LIKE A STORM's third single in a row to do so.

LIKE A STORM is hitting the road on its first-ever headlining tour of the United States this fall. The band is no stranger to touring after building a diehard fan base sharing stages all over the world with ALTER BRIDGE, Slash, BLACK VEIL BRIDES, THREE DAYS GRACE, STEEL PANTHER and more.

LIKE A STORM is heading out on the Didgeridoo Destruction Tour 2015 with special guests FROM ASHES TO NEW, FAILURE ANTHEM and STITCHED UP HEART. The seven-week trek kicks off on November 6 in Flint, Michigan at the legendary Machine Shop and will run through the middle of December.

LIKE A STORM is touring in support of its latest album, "Awaken The Fire" (Another Century Records).

Known as one of the hardest-working bands out there, LIKE A STORM fought hard to be heard. The New Zealand brothers— Chris Brooks (lead vocals, guitar, didgeridoo, keys/programming),Matt Brooks (vocals, lead guitar, keys/programming),and Kent Brooks (bass, vocals, keys/programming) — came to the United States knowing no one, and built a diehard and devoted fan-base by tirelessly touring. Their intense work ethic fosters the fertile creativity that is apparent in everything they do even today. LIKE A STORM write, perform, record and produce all of their records themselves.


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