The official music video for "Lords Of The Flies", the debut single from ALPHAMEGA, the new band featuring former BUTCHER BABIES drummer Chris Warner alongside VALOR & VENGEANCE members Adam Ryan (vocals) and Mike Muenzer (guitar), can be seen below.
Ryan states about the track: "It's about humanity. That's what the fly represents. We exist on this planet doing our daily routines trying not to get squashed before the next day starts all over again. Some of us do enough to make it out of the shit, some of us live in it, and some of us don't make it. We're born, we consume, we reproduce, we die. Our goal as artists is to find the beauty in what we all take for granted in our everyday lives. Whether it comes from the shadows or the light, we want to give it new life and perspective."
ALPHAMEGA is continuing to work on music for its debut EP, due later this year.
The release of ALPHAMEGA's debut video comes three years after Warner exited BUTCHER BABIES.
Photo credit: Robert Downs
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