ART OF ANARCHY Premieres Music Video For Second Single “Die Hard”

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Art Of Anarchy‘s second single ‘Die Hard’ is by far the band’s most epic song to date, clocking in at over 7:30 minutes long. With its heavy guitar riffs, slaying double bass, and soaring choruses, the song is a testament to the musicianship and songwriting ability the band displays throughout their new, upcoming album “Let There Be Anarchy”, and serves as a strong opening song on the album. 

The music video takes you on a cinematic journey in a futuristic sci-fi fantasy world, where everyone has a Joker card in their hand to play. The video stars Charlie Gillespie as “The Prince Of Anarchy”, the Canadian actor and singer is known for his role as Luke Patterson in the Netflix series “Julie and the Phantoms”.

For the clip, Art Of Anarchy again teamed up with acclaimed director Dale “Rage” Resteghini, who previously worked with the band on the recently released “Vilified” video starring Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr., along with “news narrations” by former Queensrÿche singer Geoff Tate. The video was filmed on a massive soundstage in New Jersey.

“Let There Be Anarchy” will drop on February 16th via Pavement and can be pre-ordered HERE.


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