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I Will Break Thee Posts New Video For The "Irony Of Humanity" Single

Orlando, FL based band I Will Break Thee has released a video for the single "Irony of Humanity."

Filmed in the summer of 2011 in the Florida heat, this video mixes imagery with a performance that the band is particularly proud of. "100 degree days, sweat, dirt, and even some spilled blood, was all worth it when we finally saw the finished product," said singer Shane Bryant.

Keyboardist Marc Sugarman added, "We couldn't be happier with how it all came out in the end." The band plans on continuing to play shows throughout Florida and the southeast, all while promoting debut EP "Welcome to My Kingdom," which is now available on iTunes.

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1. The Riddler writes:

This video is pretty good stuff. Happy to see bands still trying to make it out there.

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2. Joseph T Lipschitz writes:

Really glad to have been introduced to these guys, amazing talent and hard working group of guys. The video shows alot of personality and their music collection (WTMK) is a tremendous display of their talent.

Give their stuff a listen at reverbnation.com/iwillbreakthee to listen to more samples, you will be glad you did.

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3. Ogrelord writes:

Down to earth, hardworking,great guys.

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