Video Premiere: THE AMITY AFFLICTION's 'Fight My Regret'

Video Premiere: THE AMITY AFFLICTION's 'Fight My Regret'

Australian metalcore masters THE AMITY AFFLICTION have debuted the official video for "Fight My Regret", from their latest album, "This Could Be Heartbreak". The clip, which was directed by Ryan Mackfall, can be seen below.

"Fight My Regret" is the fourth video released from the new LP and follows "All F*cked Up", as well as the band's two-part epic laid out in the videos for "I Bring The Weather With Me" and "This Could Be Heartbreak".

THE AMITY AFFLICTION will return to the States this spring for a pair of festival appearances at Carolina Rebellion in Concord, North Carolina (May 5) and Columbus, Ohio's Rock On The Range (May 19). They will then return home to Australia for a massive headline tour with special guests PVRIS, BEARTOOTH and MAKE THEM SUFFER, set to get underway June 17 at Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide, Australia. Furthermore, THE AMITY AFFLICTION has been announced for this year's prestigious Reading and Leeds festivals, where they will perform Friday, August 25 and Saturday, August 26.

Deeply personal and emotionally wrenching, "This Could Be Heartbreak" is THE AMITY AFFLICTION's most transformative and revealing record yet. Recorded by producer and longtime collaborator Will Putney at Melbourne's Holes And Corners with additional drum tracking done at Sing Sing Studios, the album finds THE AMITY AFFLICTION evolving their signature powerful and cathartic song craft. Both ambitious and grand, album standouts "This Could Be Heartbreak" and "All Fucked Up" are equal parts heavy and hopeful, fueled by frontman Joel Birch's desperation which achieves extraordinary transcendence through radical honesty and absolute power.

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