HATE ETERNAL: 'I, Monarch' Video Posted Online

HATE ETERNAL's video for the title track of their upcoming third album, "I, Monarch", has been posted online at Earache.com. Directed by Shane Drake (FALLOUT BOY, SNAPCASE, THE AGONY SCENE), the "I, Monarch" video is said to be "an amazing clip that matches the intensity of HATE ETERNAL's extreme metal note for note." Shot in California and Florida, "I, Monarch" was inspired by the work of avant-garde composer Zero Kama (samples of which can be heard on the song!). "I, Monarch" intersperses blistering HATE ETERNAL performance footage with scenes of a mysterious man's quest to build instruments out of human bones. Frontman Erik Rutan, drummer Derek Roddy, and bassist Randy Piro attack their instruments with reckless abandon and perfect precision while the mysterious man's work takes its unholy shape.

Look for the "I, Monarch" to premiere during the coming weeks. "I, Monarch", the album, hits U.S. stores June 28 (one day earlier internationally).


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