BEARTOOTH Releases 'Fire' Music Video

BEARTOOTH Releases 'Fire' Music Video

"Fire", the new video from BEARTOOTH, can be seen below. The clip is an accumulation of video footage across 20 shows from the band's "Disease" tour.

"Fire" is taken from BEARTOOTH's third album, "Disease", which was released on September 28 via Red Bull Records. The disc was recorded at BlackBird studio in Franklin, Tennessee with producer Nick Raskulinecz (DEFTONES, KORN, FOO FIGHTERS).

Vocalist Caleb Shomo told Consequence Of Sound that "Fire" is his favorite song on "Disease". "I think, sonically, it has every little piece of sound you would could want," he said. "There's heavy stuff and the softer side. I think it offers a little piece of everything and depicts how the record sounds."

In a separate interview with Kerrang!, Caleb called "Disease" "by far the hardest" album to make so far. "This was hands down the most difficult record I've ever made — it's the most depression and anxiety-fuelled album I've ever made" he said. "It was a really, really hard thing to get through. Emotionally, I mean, good Lord! By the end, I was in a really fucking bad place. It was tough to fight through.

"Once I've committed to making a record a certain way, there's no fucking backing out," he added. "Say I'm doing a drum track, and a few of the snare hits are off, you just throw a drum sample on and nobody knows any difference. But I couldn't do that, because I chose for it to be real instruments. So I would sit there and do fucking drum take after drum take, and it was this psychotic fucking thing of, 'It probably can't be played any better, but it's not fucking good enough!' And then freaking out and playing it over and over again. There was a whole lot of stress that I felt making this album. It was basically between the fight of: 'Do I really make a fucking true and honest record?' or: 'Do I just cop out and make the singles that I know people are going to want to hear? What do I do?' But I chose to make an honest record, and I'm really glad I made that choice."

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