In celebration of the release of their new album, ‘Old Souls‘, Make Them Suffer have just dropped the music video for the record’s eponymous track.
The Perth metal outift’s sophomore album was released just yesterday through Roadrunner Records Australia, and has already hit the top of the Australian iTunes metal charts, and has charted well in the US iTunes sales as well. Speaking of the album, you can read our review of the band’s new album here, and you can also check out our interview with vocalist Sean Harmanis here.
You can check out the new clip below, which seems to lead into the story told in the clip for ‘Let Me In‘. This new video focuses on a couple separated by war, the husband/boyfriend going off to fight in said war, only to return with a form of PTSD and thus begin his downward spiral into alcoholism, which leads to his eventual suicide. The clip also features the dark-robed figure from the ‘Blood Moon‘ music video, which is believed to signify Death. Or maybe this has nothing to do with the other singles, and that was all wrong and far-fetched, who knows.