CASTROFATE: 'Systematic Suicide' Video Released

"Systematic Suicide", the new video from New York thrash metallers CASTROFATE, can be seen below. The clip was filmed last month in Ardsley, New York while the story scenes were done in San Diego, California where the first CASTROFATE music video was shot.

"Systematic Suicide" is the title track of CASTROFATE's fourth album, "Systematic Suicide", which was released on October 2, 2011 via Cataclysmic Metal Records. The CD is only available through the band for $8 and features 12 songs and cover art by Eliran Kantor, who has previously worked with TESTAMENT, SIGH, ANACRUSIS and GWAR, among others.

CASTROFATE's new drummer John "Sinner" Lonergan appears in the new video playing to session drummer Dmitriy Shnaydman's drum parts from the "Systematic Suicide" album.


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