"Fall Of A Nation", the new video from Swedish metallers CORRODED, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Defcon Zero", which will be released on April 14 via Despotz Records.
Comments the group: "We wanted the video to show how the song feels and we think it's spot on. Dark, ugly and ferocious — just like us! Hard rock fans will love it. So if your eyes bleed after this one, you're probably not that into heavy music. It might also be our appearances, but nonetheless, it's time to bang heads and make some trouble!"
"Defcon Zero" may be CORRODED's first new album in five years, but the band's goal is still the same — "world domination," says singer/guitarist Jens Westin with a laugh. With "Defcon Zero", CORRODED continues where "State Of Disgrace" left off, but ventures into "a little heavier and a bit more melodic" territory.
"We worked solely within the band this time as we entered this process with only some form of a raw idea, without any preconceptions," Westin adds. "From there on, everybody contributed. The creative process was based on a live feeling and we had tremendous fun while recording."
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