CORPSET: 'No Rest' Video Released

"No Rest", the new video from the Finnish death-thrash metal band CORPSET, can be seen below. The song is the title track of the group's second album, which will be released in September via Violent Journey Records. The clip was directed by Matti Kuusniemi of the Findie moviegroup Trash Video. The fast-paced and unique video gives viewers a glimpse of the band’s live energy and aggression, but also serves as a strong statement against information flood of the modern society and depicts how we are becoming the slaves of technology.

A press release states: "Already in their first album [2010's 'Ruins'], the band tastefully combined modern elements with more old-school underground sounds and finished the package with some serious aggression and twisted melodies. Now with the second album, 'No Rest', the band sounds even tighter after cutting out all the slack."

CORPSET is:

Antti Murtonen - vocals
Jari Kelloniemi - guitar
Jami Heikkala - guitar
Timo Hanhijoki - drums
Arto Tissari - bass

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