Grammy-nominated six-piece UNDERØATH has dropped the video for "Bloodlust". The song appears on the band's latest album, "Erase Me", out now via Fearless Records.
"For 'Bloodlust', which picks up where 'ihateit' left off, [singer] Spencer [Chamberlain] and I were chained to a pole for three hours with a stranger, who was the actress," said drummer Aaron Gillespie. "Making this video was a really interesting process, because the song deals with a lot of deep issues and struggles. But it was so late when we were filming that we were just hysterical. The video seems so serious due to the lyrical content, but it was a night."
"Erase Me" was written and recorded over the summer of 2017 with producer Matt Squire (PANIC! AT THE DISCO, 3OH!3) and mixed by Ken Andrews (FAILURE, JIMMY EAT WORLD).
Last year, UNDERØATH notched its first-ever performance Grammy nomination in the "Best Metal Performance" category for "On My Teeth". The band was previously nominated for two Grammys.
UNDERØATH is getting ready to embark on its first-ever arena tour in support of BREAKING BENJAMIN later this month. The band will next hit the road this summer with KORN and ALICE IN CHAINS.
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