DYING HUMANITY: 'Abused' Video Released

"Abused", the new video from German melodic death metallers DYING HUMANITY, can be seen below. The clip was produced by Ambitious Films (EVOCATION, POWERWOLF, TERROR).

"Abused" comes off DYING HUMANITY's third album, "Living On The Razor's Edge", which was released last year via Bastardized Recordings.

According to a press release, "Living On The Razor's Edge" is DYING HUMANITY's first concept album, which, in contrast to the band's rather typical death metal band name, does not explore the depths of gore and violence but actually deals with a story that is an ideal, all too common example of how we humans ruin our existence daily. Visually supported by a stunning comic-styled artwork, "Living On The Razor's Edge" tells the tale of a woman that experiences all the hardships mankind is able to provide from a broken home over drugs, hypocrisy and abuse until a bitter end. Unfortunately, a story that is all too real nowadays especially in our rich, well-stuffed society. Mixed and mastered by Jörg Uken at Soundlodge Studio in Germany, this excursion into the abyss called "reality" comes across in powerful sounding and smartly arranged songs. Like its predecessor, the album once again features cover artwork by Gustavo Sazes (ARCH ENEMY, KRISIUN, GOD FORBID) and ultimately offers extreme music with lyrical substance that is a refreshing difference to tons of superficial, mediocre and forgettable releases.


Marcus Dietzsch - Vocals
Kai Seidel - Guitar
Simeon Keller - Guitar
Hendrik Wetzel - Bass
Danny Vanis - Drums


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