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Watch Common Dead's New Music Video "Inveigh"

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Premiering first on MetalUnderground.com, U.S. metal outfit Common Dead is now streaming "Inveigh," the band's third music video supporting the album "Diatribe" (reviewed here), and sixth music video in total.

Not unlike previous videos from Common Dead, "Inveigh" was directed and edited by the sole instrumentalist behind the album, Andrew Laurenson, with aiding camerawork and equipment provided by Valérie Delorme and JP McGurrin.

The band founder comments: "'Inveigh' is a track about the anonymous drive or passion that keeps you alive, which can be different for each person. Choosing to live, even when there's no clear reason to do so. For some, the ability to create something that will exist in this realm, even after they are gone, may be all they need to strive on."

Originally the solo endeavor of Laurenson (who performed all instruments across the band's first three releases), Common Dead has committed to a roster expansion since the last album, with the aim of including an ensemble for upcoming efforts. Reviewers often label Common Dead as having a thrash/death backdrop with sporadic forays into tech and post-metal territory, adopting a broad range of themes including vengeance, civil disobedience, and metaphysics.

For more info, visit the band's website or 'Like' the Facebook profile here for updates.

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1. Negril writes:

digging the old school vocal vibe. this is good for an indie band.... too bad this guy hasn't got a live group together yet.

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2. westin kay writes:

"was directed and edited by the sole instrumentalist behind the album"
O_O daayyyyum just do everything why dontcha. Heheh not bad
/m/ (-_-) /m/

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