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Beartooth Share Explosive Video Of The Lines Filmed In London

Watch Beartooth perform The Lines at London’s Roundhouse earlier this year.

Ohio metallers Beartooth are reminding us of both what a great live band they are and how much we all miss gigs right now with the latest instalment of their Re-Live At Home series.

Caleb Shomo and co. have unveiled a fiery live video of The Lines, which is the opening track to their brilliant 2014 debut album Disgusting. And though the song is now a whopping six years old, it clearly still hits just as hard as ever if this video is anything to go by.

In pictures: Beartooth bring the fire to London

Of course, the band were in town to support the release of 2018’s Disease, which Caleb had previously told Kerrang! was hands-down” the most difficult record he’s ever created.

It was a really, really hard thing to get through,” he said. By the end I was in a really fucking bad place. It was tough to fight through. 

There was a whole lot of stress that I felt making this album. It was basically between the fight of: Do I really make a fucking true and honest record?’ or: Do I just cop out and make the singles that I know people are going to want to hear? What do I do?’ But I chose to make an honest record, and I’m really glad I made that choice.”

Watch The Lines in London below:

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Posted on May 15th 2020, 5:05p.m.
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