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Employed To Serve Release Creepy New Video For Eternal Forward Motion

Watch Employed To Serve’s new video for Eternal Forward Motion

Woking metallers Employed To Serve have dropped a new video for Eternal Forward Motion, the title track to their upcoming third album.

The video shows a man being chased by his demons (quite literally) throughout his daily routine, succumbing to them at the end of the day.

“This is the last single that will be out before the album’s release, and we feel it’s one of our most ambitious songs yet,” says vocalist Justine Jones. “We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed creating it. The song and video is about the idea that no matter how bad your situation is in the present, there is always time to improve. You’ll always wish you started living how you wanted yesterday, so take a step forward in the right direction.”

Eternal Forward Motion is the third track to be released from Employed To Serve’s forthcoming full-length, following on from Force Fed and Harsh Truth.

To celebrate the release of their new album on May 10, ETS will be playing two shows in Glasgow and London that weekend. The band are also playing Slam Dunk, All Points East and other festivals throughout the summer.

Employed To Serve 2019 tour dates

May

10 The Garage, London, UK
11 Stereo, Glasgow, UK
25 Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds, UK
26 Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield, UK
31 All Points East, London, UK

June

23 Hellfest, Clisson, France
28 Jera On Air, Netherlands

August

17 ArcTanGent Festival, Bristol, England

Employed To Serve are on the cover of this week’s Kerrang! magazine, revealing the story behind their new record. Pick up your copy in store or order it online now.

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Posted on May 1st 2019, 10:05am
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