DaiTribe Releases New Music Video For "I Hate Me"
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DaiTribe is getting ready to unleash the new album "Epochalypse A.D." later this Spring. The album was recorded at Farview Audio by Jason "Jay" Walsh and mixed by Sterling Winfield (Pantera, Hatebreed, and Mercyful Fate). The artwork was done by Mark Alano who is also known for his work with Mecca and Grammy Award Winner Jim Peterik. The album is scheduled for an April 17th release date via True Gemini Records.
Today sees the world premiere of DaiTribe's new video for the first single entitled "I Hate Me." The video is being streamed by Metal Injection here and can be viewed below. The video was shot in Chicago, IL and directed by Nathaniel E. Bell.
Guitarist Tristan '1690' Grigsby commented on the "I Hate Me" video: "I Hate Me is a no nonsense performance video that and a direct representation of what the band is, raw energy."
"We planned to start an eye opening, civil war in your head with this video and it serves its purpose well. Metal doesn't get any more to the point than this," adds vocalist Rich Collins.
The album's track listing is as follows:
1. For The Sins
2. My Eyes
3. I Hate Me
4. Liar Messiahs
6. This Hell
7. Crime Legacy
9. False Hopes
12. Loss By Distance
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