Distress Of Ruin Releases "Bystander Effect" Music Video
Finnish metal band Distress of Ruin has published a new music video for “Bystander Effect,” taken from latest EP “Predators Among Us.”
The music video is a result of the cooperation with media students from North Karelia College Outokumpu. Bassist Sami Tolonen comments: “The story and the brutality of the song take on a new meaning with the form of this well-executed animation. With animation you can create different kind of perspectives to the songs, which has been the goal in both of our music videos.”
The “Bystander Effect” music video ends the story of the “Predators Among Us” EP and now the band continues to work on new material. In the beginning of 2015 Distress of Ruin will begin recording new tracks.
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