On the heels of a successful North American tour with veteran thrashers Sacred Reich, the Queens, New York-based metallic hardcore heavyweights SWORN ENEMY have unveiled a music video for “Seeds Of Hate,” a track from their acclaimed new album Gamechanger. The clip – which premiered via Germany’s Rock Hard – can be seen above.
Says vocalist Sal Lococo, “We had a lot of fun doing the video for ‘Seeds of Hate’ in Brooklyn at one of my favorite spots, The Kingsland. Tons of friends came down to help out and Bryan Bishop and his crew did a fantastic job filming. Hope you all enjoy it!”
Sworn Enemy, fronted by Sal LoCoco, established itself in 2000 with the release of “Negative Outlook” on Jamey Jasta’s Stillborn Records. The record was a mix of old school hardcore punk and new school breakdowns, and quickly gained the band attention in the underground scene.
2002 marked their next release, “Integrity Defines Strength”, which contained 3 new songs and a live set from the legendary New York venue, CBGB.