Following the successful release of their acclaimed tenth album "Intermination" earlier this year, German thrash outfit DEW-SCENTED have returned to showcase a brand new music video for the track "Ruputured Perpetually."
was directed and produced in Germany by Philipp Hirsch (Amon Amarth, Heaven Shall Burn, Triptykon) of Film-M.
Says guitarist Marvin Vriesde, “For the video for ‘Ruptured Perpetually,' we reached out to Philipp from Film-m. Philipp also directed our first video, 10 years ago, for the song ‘Turn To Ash.’ During the shoot, I painfully remembered how Philipp makes you push the envelope with the performance for the video. It was a long day of shredding and headbanging, but judging by the end result, it was definitely worth it!

Vriesde further elaborates on the clip's meaning, stating: "In short, the song is about someone who devotes his life to religion and finds out right before the end that there is no afterlife. It just ends. I love how the video captures the dark atmosphere of the lyrical and musical concept. The devotion towards the light in a world filled with darkness. The riffs in the song symbolize religion. They all are variations based on the main riff in the song. Constantly shifting in perspective and posing a constant threat, building up to a climax and all returning to the uniform beginning at the end. The alpha and the omega, ending in silence. Nothingness.” 

Starting in mid-October, DEW-SCENTED will headline the month-long "Thrash Mercenaries" tour across Europe with Spanish thrashers Angelus Apatrida in addition to support from No Return and Heboidophrenie. In conjunction with the upcoming jaunt, DEW-SCENTED will release a new digital single on Oct. 16 titled "Immersed," featuring two songs -- a cover of Vio-lence's "World In A World" and a re-recording of 'New Found Pain' from 2003's "Impact" -- tracked during the band's "Intermination" recording sessions with Dan Swanö (Opeth, Dark Funeral). 

Explains Vriesde, "’World In A World’ was one of my all-time favorite Bay Area thrash songs. Vio-lence was a highly underrated band IMHO (much like Forbidden, I might add), and I always wanted to play that track one day. So when we were throwing around ideas for bonus tracks, it was immediately my number one pick!"

The Gustavo Sazes-designed cover artwork for "Immersed" can be seen below.
10/15  Paris, FR - Glaz’art #
10/16  Selestat, FR - Rock Your Brain Fest #
10/17  Bochum, DE - Rockpalast
10/18  Almelo, NL - Naxt Stage #
10/19  Roeselave, BE - De Verlichte Geest # 
10/20  Siegen, DE - Vortex Surfer #
10/21  Hamburg, DE - Bambi Galore #
10/22  Berlin, DE - K17 #
10/23  Erfurt, DE - From Hell Club #
10/24  Nurnberg, DE - Hirsch #
10/25  Innsbruck, AT - PMK #
10/26  Budapest, HU - Durer Kart #
10/27  Prague, CZ - Nova Chmelnice #
10/28  Graz, AT - Explosiv #
10/29  Zurich, CH - Komplex Club # 
10/30  Lyon, FR - CCO #
10/31  Saintes, FR - Hell’Oween Fest #
11/13  Moita, PT- Moita Metal Fest Warm Up
                                                                                   11/14  Coimbra, PT - Mosher Fest
                                                                      # with Angelus Apatrida, No Return, Heboidophrenie

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