Extinction A.D. has premiered a new music video for its single “Secret Worlds.” This is the first music video from the band’s fast approaching new LP due this Friday. This is the third song the band has released.
“We collaborated and filmed this video with Anthony Altamura of Nightmare Film Crew after discussing the gap between factual news exposure and what gets mainstream media coverage,” the band said in a statement.
“Whether we’re acutely aware of it or not, the free press is under attack,” the band continued. “The idea of a guerrilla broadcast and the use of archaic technology as a means of spreading modern information was an interesting concept to mess with, as well as trying to capture our live energy in a non-live environment.”
Extinction A.D. will release its second full-length, “Decimation Treaty,” on Feb. 16 via Good Fight Music. The album was recorded and mixed by Joe Cincotta (Suffocation, Obituary) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Iron Reagan, Converge, Obituary). Pre-orders are now live (physical and digital).
“Secret Worlds,” “Age of Revenge” and “In the Wake of Uprising,” are now available on all streaming platforms and the iTunes music store.
The band will hit the road this winter in support of Darkest Hour and Whores. All tour dates can be found below.
Long Island metal vets Rick Jimenez, Pieter van den Berg and Mike Sciulara, along with Ian Cimaglia, who is making his first official recording appearance as the band’s lead guitarist, are back with another unrelenting, ferocious thrash explosion with “Decimation Treaty.” The “question everything” approach of the band’s lyrics combined with its unmatched raw live energy and 2018 power and precision approach to classic thrash metal has elevated it to a whole new level.
The band formed in 2013 and has been releasing music and touring steadily throughout North America, as seen on tour with Havok, Municipal Waste, Darkest Hour, Testament, D.R.I, Unearth, Exodus, Venom and many more.