PROTEST THE HERO: New Video Interview Posted Online

8747 Productions recently conducted an interview with PROTEST THE HERO, the Canadian five-piece whose quirky humour and virtuoso playing has gained it a fevered following worldwide. You can now watch the chat below.

PROTEST THE HERO is currently taking part in a 24-date, coast-to-coast U.S. tour with PERIPHERY, THE SAFETY FIRE, JEFF LOOMIS and TODAY I CAUGHT THE PLAGUE.

PROTEST THE HERO's "Hair-Trigger" video features guest vocalist Jadea Kelly and is the follow-up to the "C'est La Vie" video.

Whereas "C'est La Vie" was full of twisted imagery and dark humour, "Hair-Trigger" sees the PROTEST THE HERO crew doing what they do best exploring the off-the-wall side of their respective personalities with no boundaries of logic or restraint to get in the way.

"Hair-Trigger" comes off PROTEST THE HERO's latest studio album, "Scurrilous", which released in March 2011 in North America via Vagrant Records.


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