The video for "F.R.E.A.K.S.", a brand new song from the French progressive metalcore outfit AS THEY BURN, can be seen below. Vocalist Kevin Trevor delivers an in-your-face performance alongside labelmate and EMMURE frontman Frankie Palmeri and Aaron Matts from BETRAYING THE MARTYRS. The track comes off the group's new album, "Will, Love, Life", which was released on February 19 via Victory Records.
AS THEY BURN took part in this year's Bonecrusher Fest, which kicks off March 1 in Cologne, Germany. They steamrolled seventeen cities in Europe alongside JOB FOR A COWBOY, BENEATH THE MASSACRE and more. New York heavyweights EMMURE will headline the twenty-nine date "The Mosh Lives" European tour that begins April 5.
Emerging from the streets of Paris, AS THEY BURN was formed in 2007 by bassist Ronald Pastor, guitarist Fabio Meschini and drummer Milton Bakech. Vocalist Kévin Traore, known for his chillingly aggressive vocals, was enlisted shortly thereafter, along with guitarist Hoby Arinosy.
AS THEY BURN's debut album, "Aeon's War", was digitally released on June 20, 2011.
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