UK thrash/death group, Slave Steel, have just dropped the music video for “F(r)ail.” Directed by Lorenzo Gorini and written by Daniele Manganaro and Pil Nazar, the track is taken from their upcoming album, In Fieri. It is slated for release October 27th, via Wormholedetah/Aural Music. Watch the video and read more from the band below.
Stream In Fieri here.
“In a perpetual cycle of highs and lows, we crawl through life. We rise and fall, laugh and cry, come to life and die. It is not only a human condition but nature’s too, where order alternates with chaos and light gives way to dark. All the inevitable that makes us feel so frail,” says Slave Steel.
This music video was shot in the historic setting of St Botolph-without-Aldersgate’s Church, London, UK, and features the artistry of makeup artists Caitlin Ross and Andreia Somaiah, as well as a dedicated crew including Ilaria Foresi, Miriam Demir, Linda Latino, and Giulia Ferrero.
“F(r)ail” is a standout track from the new album. In Fieri embodies Slave Steel’s unrelenting drive to redefine metal music. Embracing influences from thrash, death, and heavy metal, their sound is characterized by a steady rhythm section, infectious guitar grooves, and impressive vocals.
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