HAMMERFALL Share Music Video For Second Album Single “The End Justifies”

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HammerFall recently announced their 13th studio album “Avenge The Fallen”, which will be released on 9th August via Nuclear Blast Records. Less than a year after taking the final bow of their United Forces tour, the quintet of guitarist Oscar Dronjak, singer Joacim Cans, bass player Fredrik Larsson, guitarist Pontus Norgen, and drummer David Wallin are back with ten brand new solid pieces of classic heavy metal.

Today we get the second single from the album “The End Justifies”, which captures the essence of their signature sound, combining powerful riffs, soaring vocals, and a relentless rhythm that fans have come to love.

The accompanying video, filmed in the band’s rehearsal studio, brings an intense visual experience that matches the song’s driving energy. Fast-paced camera movements and raw, unfiltered footage showcase the band’s passion and dedication, creating an immersive experience for viewers.

Watch it below and pre-order / pre-save the album HERE.

I began working on ‘Hail To The King’ while on tour in the US with HelloweenOscar Dronjak recalls. “By the end of the tour, I was getting close to wrapping the song up, so straight after the Los Angeles gig I headed to the bus where I worked like a madman to get the last pieces together. That turned out to be the show where one of my favorite wrestlers, Chris Jericho, came to visit. It was also the show where Fredrik met his idol Frank Bello from Anthrax and Joacim met Jay Ruston, producer for Armored SaintsAvatarAnthraxCorey Taylor, and more, and who after this meeting agreed to produce the vocals for Avenge The Fallen! I missed all that, but I at least got a great song out of it, haha!”

“Avenge The Fallen” Album Artwork

“This is our 13th album”Joacim Cans says with pride. “How do you still stay relevant after 13 albums? It’s very much like the opening line to the song ‘Avenge The Fallen‘: “What is the worst, be the one who died, or be the one who survived. Think about it, because it is a tough question”.

He continues, “Do we want to be a band who releases new music just for the sole reason of getting out on the road again or do we want to keep pushing and challenging ourselves? In times when people have less and less attention span, we still think in the form of full-length albums. A few good songs don’t make a strong album. A strong album comes from an album full of great songs and that’s what we’re delivering with Avenge The Fallen.”


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