"Teacher, Teacher!", the new video from the Ukrainian metal band JINJER, can be seen below. The song is taken from the group's critically acclaimed EP "Micro", which was released in January via Napalm Records.
Filmed in various concert venues throughout Europe on JINJER's last tour with AMORPHIS and SOILWORK, "Teacher, Teacher!" is a visually stunning portrayal of the band's exciting and energetic live show mixed over the unique progressive groove metal sound that sets it apart from the rest of the pack.
The band comments on the new track and video: "The idea behind the song is about people that dictate their agenda by means of their status, position, or just their Internet claim to fame in order to impose their opinion on to others but those opinions aren't based on experience nor knowledge."
JINJER is currently booking more tours on its quest for world domination, with dates already announced in Japan, Turkey, South Africa and Europe.
Bassist Eugene Abdiukhanov recently told Metalshop TV that the plan is for JINJER to release its next full-length album in the fall.
JINJER's second studio LP, "Cloud Factory" — which originally came out in 2014 — was reissued last year with two live tracks.
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