MADBALL's video for the song "Infiltrate the System" can be viewed below courtesy of Headbanger's Blog. (NOTE: Video stream is not available to non-U.S. residents.) The song is the title track from the New York hardcore group's sixth album, which came out August 21.The band shot the video on September 12 in the streets of New York City, and posted an open casting call on their web site to all of their fans, urging them to "wear what you would normally wear, be it a suit, work clothes, or a t-shirt and jeans." A 20-minute audio interview with MADBALL frontman Freddy Cricien conducted on Friday, July 13 by "Démentièllement Vôtre" on Québec City's CKRL 89.1FM has been posted online at this location. Formed when Cricien was in his early teens, MADBALL has been one of the driving forces of hardcore in recent years delivering anthemic, touchstone albums such as "Demonstrate My Style" (1996) and "Set It Off" (1994).
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