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Killswitch Engage Release New Video For The Signal Fire, Featuring Howard Jones

Watch Killswitch Engage’s new video for The Signal Fire with Howard Jones on guest vocals

Fresh off releasing their eighth studio album Atonement, Killswitch Engage have dropped a new video for their song The Signal Fire – featuring former vocalist Howard Jones. It’s the first time both Howard and Jesse Leach have performed together in an official band video and it looks pretty awesome.

This video is a demonstration of solidarity and unity,” says Jesse. “This is for the fans and this is our testimony to all who see this video. In these times we live in, I believe this is an important message — not just for us as a band and our fans but for all of humanity. This is a call for compassion and understanding! There is strength in unity.”

It was another silly day at the office,” adds Howard. “Good food, lots of wrestling talk, and hanging with the boys is a great way to spend the day and get a little work done. Shout out to [director] Ian McFarland for making everything painless at the shoot. The day was all smiles — with a hint of metal.”

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The Signal Fire is the third single taken from Atonement, following on from Unleashed and I Am Broken Too.

Killswitch Engage head out on their Atonement tour of the UK this autumn. Get your tickets now.

Killswitch Engage 2019 UK tour


14 Norwich, UEA
15 Bristol, O2 Academy
17 Glasgow, Barrowland
18 Manchester, Academy
19 Birmingham, O2 Academy
20 London, O2 Academy Brixton

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Posted on August 20th 2019, 2:24pm
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