Video Premiere: BUTCHER BABIES' 'Igniter'

Video Premiere: BUTCHER BABIES' 'Igniter'

"Igniter", the new video from BUTCHER BABIES, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's second album, "Take It Like A Man", which was released on August 21 via Century Media. The CD was produced by Logan Mader, who has previously worked with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, DEVILDRIVER, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY and GOJIRA.

Comments BUTCHER BABIES co-vocalist Heidi Shepherd: "We've all been in that different state of consciousness where rage over takes over your body and mind. 'Igniter' is about these emotions and about that last straw that breaks you.

"We were so lucky as to film this video during our live performance at the Download festival, Metal Hammer Boat and the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards. As it shows our intense live energy on the stage, it also shows our goofy off-stage personalities."

Adds BUTCHER BABIES co-vocalist Carla Harvey: "'Igniter' is a song about the anger and frustration that we can let consume and even destroy us at times.

"When we first started BUTCHER BABIES, I was in a much darker place and often let that rage overtake me, but after six years of having a healthy outlet for those feelings through our music, I'm a completely different person.

"I love that the video for 'Igniter', shot while we toured the U.K. this summer, shows a juxtaposition of on stage rage and our off-stage fun personalities. It speaks volumes to the release that music provides not only for the listener, but the creators."



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