Altitude recently went behind the boards for an in-studio interview with the Los Angeles industrial rock band OPIATE FOR THE MASSES in Hollywood. The band goes through the recording process for its latest single, "Burn You Down". Watch the six-minute clip below.
OPIATE FOR THE MASSES recently took part in a successful North American trek alongside FILTER and 10 YEARS, which was preceded by a stint of headlining radio-sponsored shows. Footage from their sold-out show in Boise, ID has been uploaded to the band's new YouTube channel.
"Burn You Down", the new video from OPIATE FOR THE MASSES, was shot in Burbank, California with director David Brodsky (HELMET, ALL AMERICAN REJECTS, THE RED CHORD, 12 TRIBES). The track comes off the group's new album, "Manifesto", which was released on July 8 via Century Media Records.
OPIATE FOR THE MASSES created a solid buzz and diehard fanbase with its self-produced debut album, "The Spore", backed by a slew of major tours alongside AVENGED SEVENFOLD, DISTURBED, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE and STATIC-X, among countless others. They were also a featured act on the inaugural Taste of Chaos tour.
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