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JUNGLE ROT's Video For "The Unstoppable" Is From The Perspective Of A Tank

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JUNGLE ROT's Video For "The Unstoppable" Is From The Perspective Of A Tank

It's heavy… literally heavy. A tank is just steel and sheer terror, and it weighs a lot.

Jungle Rot is in the process of reissuing their 2009 album What Horrors Await, and they've released a heavy-as-fuck video for the song "The Unstoppable" to go along with it. I mean heavy quite literally as well – the whole video is about raining down true horror and destruction from the perspective of a tank in wartime.

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Here's what vocalist and guitarist Dave Matrise had to say about the video.

“Filming the point-of-view aspect from a tank made this video so much better. of performing with instruments, we came up with the idea of each Jungle Rot soldier inside their own tank – mercilessly fighting and communicating to each other back and forth like killing machines. The lyrics are actually about a rolling death machine and she’s called ‘The Unstoppable,’ the bloodiest, most bad-ass beast you’ve ever seen! Doing the camo face paint is something that I wanted to do for a while, it really captured the whole feel we were going for. Prepare for a total alpha-strike, war-gore cloud of fear with a stop-at-nothing attitude in the thick of battle!”

Catch Jungle Rot at a few shows below, and grab a copy of What Horrors Await here. The digital version is available now, the CD version is out April 6, and the vinyl is out April 21.

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