HUMANITY’S LAST BREATH Premiere Music Video for “Fradga”

Critically acclaimed and ferociously heavy Swedish technical death metal act HUMANITY’S LAST BREATH have premiered a new music video for their single “Fradga”. The track contains all of the vicious, bleak, and monolithically heaviness that the band is known for with the Igor Omodei (Soreption, Betraying the Martyrs) directed clip providing the perfect visual accompaniment to the song. 

“Fradga” is off of HUMANITY’S LAST BREATH’s new album Abyssal which will see an August 2nd release date via Unique Leader.  

Full of sickening grooves, terrifying atmospherics, and incomparable brutality the 12 slabs of sonic devastation on Abyssal were written, recorded, mixed, and produced by band mastermind and guitarist Buster Odeholm (Vildjharta, Born of Osiris, Oceano) who has proven himself once again to be one of the most fearless, uncompromising, and creative voices not just in the genre, but in extreme music as a whole.

Watch the video HERE
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Formed in 2009 in Helsingborg, the Sweden based group released the two EP’s Reanimated By Hate (2010) and Structures Collapse (2011) before they unleashed their massively praised self-titled debut album in 2013. Following things up with their 2016 EP Detestor, Humanity’s Last Breath has already made huge waves in the death metal underground with their monolithic, terrifyingly heavy, and relentlessly technical sound. Humanity’s Last Breath is widely known as one of the most fearlessly extreme bands in their genre and The Circle Pit has called the band, “…the sound of demise, of an inescapable fate of destruction crushing the masses.”

2017 the group released a new single entitled “Abyssal Mouth” A promising glimpse into what fans can expect from the band moving forward, the track shows Humanity’s Last Breath at the absolute height of their earthshakingly heavy abilities. 

Humanity’s Last Breath will release their second full-length album ‘Abyssal’ August 2nd, 2019 via Unique Leader Records

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