Anti-Clone are premiering their new video, Astaroth, exclusively with Kerrang!
The track is taken from the apocalyptic nu metal mobs exciting debut album The Root Of Man, which was released through PledgeMusic.
Talking about the album Frontman, Mr Clone said: “‘The Root of Man’ is intended to hold a dual meaning. Firstly, it questions the beginning of the human race, starting with Eve committing original sin which resulted in us being cast out of Eden. This is echoed in the title track with the lyrics: “The root of man is evil; the root of man is sin”. This theme is explored further throughout the album, looking at the extremes of human emotion and actions. The second meaning is that ‘The Root Of Man’ symbolises our beginning as a band. These are the roots that we are planting to fully establish ourselves as our own entity, to establish ourselves as Anti-Clone.”
Watch Astaroth below:
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