SICK OF IT ALL: 'Road Less Traveled' Video Released

SICK OF IT ALL: 'Road Less Traveled' Video Released

"Road Less Traveled", the new video from new York hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL, can be seen below. video was directed by documentary filmmaker Drew Stone ("xxx All Ages xxx The Boston Hardcore Film", "'Who The Fuck Is That Guy?' The Fabulous Journey Of Michael Alago") for Stone Films NYC.

"It's a real throwback to the golden age of music videos," said Stone. "The video is shot in one take with no camera movement; everything happens right into the camera lens.

"SICK OF IT ALL is one of the rare hardcore bands who are confident with their place in history and actually have a sense of humor. It was a real honor and pleasure to work with them."

Commented the band: "We are very excited to premiere the first video from our new album, 'Last Act Of Defiance'.

"In 'Road Less Traveled', we talk about our journey in music and life. There's no better way to celebrate this journey than with a bunch of our friends and to shoot a fun video that documents yet another day for us four guys being blessed to be part of a great scene.

"Drew Stone came out of retirement, stepped it up and directed the video, which captured the true essence behind us as a band. We hope you all enjoy it as much as we do! Hardcore is our life!!!"

SICK OF IT ALL's new album, "The Last Act Of Defiance", was released in Europe, Australia and New Zealand on September 29, and in North America on September 30 via Century Media. The eye-catching cover artwork for the CD was created by Ernie Parada, who has already designed posters, merchandise and album art for numerous bands and artists from the punk and hardcore scene such as HATEBREED, PROPAGANDHI, RANCID and THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM.

"The Last Act Of Defiance" was helmed by SICK OF IT ALL's longtime friend and producer Tue Madsen, who recorded the album at Nova Studio in Staten Island, New York and mixed it at his own Antfarm Studio in Denmark.

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