DEMON HUNTER: 'I Will Fail You' Video Released

DEMON HUNTER: 'I Will Fail You' Video Released

"I Will Fail You", the new video from Seattle-based Christian metallers DEMON HUNTER, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's seventh album, "Extremist", which sold around 18,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 16 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was released on March 18 via Solid State.

"'I Will Fail You' is about the scrutiny that a band like ours of tends falls under," DEMON HUNTER frontman Ryan Clark says. "No matter how many times we blatantly express our beliefs, there will always be someone ready to destroy their collection of DEMON HUNTER albums if they suspect we're not as 'holy' as they’ve managed to project. The obvious problem with this is that no one is truly holy, and we're all in need of perpetual forgiveness — a defining theme of what this band has been about from the beginning."

"Extremist" track listing:

01. Death
02. Artificial Light
03. What I'm Not
04. The Last One Alive
05. I Will Fail You
06. One Last Song
07. Cross To Bear
08. Hell Don't Need Me
09. In Time
10. Beyond Me
11. Gasoline
12. The Heart Of A Graveyard

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Deluxe-edition bonus songs:

13. Waste Me
14. Helpless Hope

DEMON HUNTER's sixth album, "True Defiance", opened with 12,500 units back in April 2011 to land at No. 36.

In an interview with Jesus Wired, DEMON HUNTER lead singer Ryan Clark stated about "Extremist": "I can say that it's a very mature record for us. It spans a lot of territory — so it's anything but a one-dimensional record, and I hope that's appreciated. The good thing is that it's 12 songs (14 on the deluxe)… no filler… no instrumentals… so there' a lot of varying material."

He added: "Like every DEMON HUNTER record, there are a variety of styles happening on 'Extremist'. Usually, the first few songs that we release show as much of that variety as possible. With that said, there are a bunch of songs that are just as heavy as 'Artificial Light', if not heavier. There are a few songs that are melodic and moody, like 'I Will Fail You'. And there are also songs that fit somewhere in the middle… the way that 'The Last One Alive' does. If you compare these songs to some of our material in the past, say 'God Forsaken', 'Dead Flowers' and 'Fading Away', respectively, then you'll see that it's not necessarily new ground… I think the important factor is that they're hopefully better… more mature… catchier… more interesting… creative… thought-provoking."

DEMON HUNTER made headlines last year for its purported association with the Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden. In an article in Esquire, the anonymous SEAL said: "I wore my DEMON HUNTER patch on every mission. I wore it when I blasted Bin Laden."

"I Will Fail You" lyric video:

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