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Acrania Releases "Treason, Politics & Death" Music Video

"Treason, Politics & Death," the new video from Mexico's Acrania, can be seen below. Acrania collaborated with the young filmmaker Armando Salomo and King Bong Entertainment to premier this first video clip. The band also commented:

"The performance portion of the clip was shot on the Film Training Center in Mexico City, with state of the art video equipment and an excellent crew, 'Treason, Politics & Death' shows us the power of death metal with quick shots and excellent dynamic lighting, as well as the Latin touch of non-metal instruments such as percussion, trumpet and saxophone, showing the excellent performance of Mexican musicians.

"The song is about the social conflict in Managua, so we used stock images of conflicts in Latin America, interleaved with footage of the band playing to reinforce the overall protest feel of the song."

The track "Treason, Politics & Death" comes off Acrania's new album, "An Uncertain Collision," which was released worldwide on October 20th, 2012. The CD was produced and mixed by J.C. Chávez and Luis Oropeza at Circo Volador Studios and was mastered by Jesús Bravo at Evolution Studios. The cover artwork for the effort was painted by Eliran Kantor, who has previously worked with Testament, Atheist, and Sodom, among others. The album's track listing is as follows:

01. Treason, Politics & Death
02. Deceive The Pain
03. Now
04. A Praise To Madness
05. Revolutions & Tequila
06. But Not Today
07. Speartooth
08. Vallarta Nights
09. In My Land

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