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Watch Beartooth’s New Video For You Never Know

The new clip comes while Ohio’s finest are touring the UK this week with Architects.

Beartooth have dropped a brand-new video for You Never Know.

The track is taken from the band’s latest album Disease, which was released last year through Red Bull Records. 

I’d say this record was by far the hardest,” frontman Caleb Shomo told Kerrang! ahead of the LP’s release. This was hands-down the most difficult record I’ve ever made – it’s the most depression and anxiety-fuelled album I’ve ever made. It was a really, really hard thing to get through. Emotionally, I mean, good lord! By the end I was in a really fucking bad place. It was tough to fight through. Once I’ve committed to making a record a certain way, there’s no fucking backing out. 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 You Never Know below:

Catch Beartooth supporting Architects at the following dates this week:


17 Glasgow O2 Academy 
18 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena 
19 London SSE Arena, Wembley

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Posted on January 17th 2019, 3:25p.m.
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