I THE BREATHER: 'False Profit' Video Released

"False Profit", the new video from Baltimore, Maryland-based Christian metallers I THE BREATHER, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Thunder Down Country Productions.

Commented I THE BREATHER drummer Morgan Wright: "Our objective with this clip was to create a dark and edgy video. It's very different from our last video. That was more of a straight-up performance-based video capturing the band in a live element. This video allowed us to use props, add in some acting and have a legit concept. When it came to acting, Shawn [Spann, vocals] stepped it up and took on the task of the protagonist.

"The thing that stands out most in this video is the massive python we used. The overall theme is Shawn representing God and the serpent representing the devil. The scenario portrays God rising up and taking on the false prophecy of the devil. A false prophet is someone who will arise to sway mankind into idolatry. We are very proud of this video and hope you enjoy it."

According to a press release, "I THE BREATHER are one of the most enthusiastic, hard-working and promising new bands to come onto the scene as of late and their highly acclaimed sophomore full-length offering, 'Truth And Purpose', is taking the metal scene by storm. They spent the majority of 2012 on tour alongside AUGUST BURNS RED, SILVERSTEIN, UPON A BURNING BODY and BETRAYING THE MARTYRS, among others. Look for them performing on the Sumerian Records' stage at the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival all summer long."


Shawn Spann - Vocals
Chase Kozlowski - Guitar
Justin Huffman - Guitar
Armand Jasari - Bass
Morgan Wright - Drums


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