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MARTYRDÖD – Release New Music Video


The maiden single to be issued from List – the crushing sixth full-length album from Swedish d-beat crust outfit, MARTYRDÖD — has been made available as an official music video for the track “Harmagedon” is premiered online.

MARTYRDÖD is a central figure in the modern era of the international community of crust — in no small part due to their members’ links to other exemplary bands such as Skitsystem and Agrimonia — but over the years, their powerful allure has resonated in a whole host of intrigued listeners across the spectrum of heavy, enamored by their bleak outlook and scorching melodies. For fifteen years, the members of MARTYRDÖD have honed their craft to a level of mastery, and it shows — List is quite possibly the most refined record to slip in to their furious, spiky discography, and it doesn’t let up for a moment.

Coinciding with the release of the “Harmagedon” video, MARTYRDÖD collectively proclaims, “This song pays homage to all people that keeps on fighting against all odds. Against supreme annihilating oppression. It’s a song of these current times.”

Adds the video’s director Jimmy Johansson, “This is how I imagined what a MARTYRDÖD video would look like. Intense, chaotic, in your face but, yet beautiful and clear.”

BrooklynVegan calls the track, “truly a ripper. It starts out as some brutal, breakbeck-speed D-beat, but “‘Harmagedon’ quickly reminds you that MARTYRDÖD are no average crust punks. It breaks into a middle passage that’s slow and kinda beautiful, and eventually it brings in the kind of guitar solo you usually hear from NWOBHM and classic-thrash bands. It kinda deserves the word ‘epic.'”

Unload MARTYRDÖD’s “Harmagedon” video at BrooklynVegan at THIS LOCATION.

On November 25th, Southern Lord will release MARTYRDÖD’s List worldwide on CD and digital as well as on LP in North America only. In Europe, the LP is being handled via La Familia, and D-Takt and Råpunk.