Municipal Waste release new music video for ‘Electrified Brain’

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MUNICIPAL WASTE have released a new music video!

The new music video, for the track Electrified Brain, is the title track from the American crossover thrashers’ upcoming new album, which is scheduled to be released in July this year.

The new music video was directed by FX artist Norman Cabrera [From Dusk Till Dawn, The Walking Dead, Kill Bill].

Speaking about the new song and its accompanying music video, guitarist Ryan Waste says, “Electrified Brain is a tale of revenge and redemption, continuing the concept of our song Mental Shock rounding out the Deathripper Trilogy. It’s about being wrongfully accused and stripped of your rights, only to overcome and break free through the electric power of heavy music. We called upon our friend Norman Cabrera once again to handle the title track music video after the incredible job he did on Slime and Punishment. Visually he went above and beyond and it became a much more cinematic experience thanks to Rob Lucas at Wolfpack Studios.”

Director Norman Cabrera adds, “I pulled out all the stops for this video. It’s in the spirit of classic heavy metal videos like OZZY‘s Bark at the Moon and DIO‘s The Last in Line. Sci Fi-Horror imagery lends itself very well to the vibe of the band. We’re channeling a bit of Cronenberg and Carpenter. The best sci fi movies of the past often take current events and put them in a fantastic setting. The video takes place in a not so distant dystopian future where your individuality can be taken away by a faceless organization. It’s a wild concept but not too far off from our world today.”

Watch the official music video for Electrified Brain here: 

Electrified Brain is set for release on July 1st via Nuclear Blast Records. Pre-orders are available now and can be purchased here.

For more information on MUNICIPAL WASTE like their official page on Facebook.

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