Release Date: August 20, 2021
FFO: Power Trip, Plague Years, Hazzerd
New York band Pirosaint have released the music video for the track 'Bleed' that comes off their latest album 'Know Thyself', released via Digmetalworld and distributed by MVD Entertainment in North America and Europe.
Check out the video!
The video showcase images of the band performing the track ‘Bleed’, along with images of most of the worldwide political leaders including Chilean presidents and more that have used their position to gain power and wealth over their country's population.
Buy 'Know Thyself' at:
The band have commented:
"This is a music video about Politics, no Politicians so if you’ve felt offended because your favorite pick was in here it is unfortunate, we had to put a face to what they represent. The song talks about how we feel and how we would react to their constant abuses if there was that so called justice. We don't discriminate to no one. We hate all of them equality".
Pirosaint is a thrash metal band from New York, NY. The project was formed in 1989 in Santiago, Chile by a Gonzalo Rodriguez, Fransua Tapia, Paolo Maugard, Jorge Caballero and Ignacio Orellana, shortly after the release of its first demo in 1992, the two guitar players and bass player left the band, they were replaced by Alfredo Viciencio and Jose Jara, with them the band released an EP called ‘New God’ in 1997. The band joined a small but powerful and enthusiastic local heavy metal scene. After releasing two demos in 1992 and 1994, the band issued an EP called New God in 1997. In 2011, the band was reformed by Ignacio Orellana, Ron Buckner, Bill Smith and Gonzalo Rodriguez. After released two single tracks, Gonzalo Rodriguez left the band due to personal reasons. In 2013 the band re released their demos under the name of ‘ Infected Brutality’. In 2017 the band rerelease the EP’ New God’ remastered. In 2021 the band have released is long waiting album called ' Know Thyself'. Pirosaint plays in a technical style, featuring fast rhythm sections and complex arrangements; themes of personal life and social problems are prominent in the group’s lyrics.
Check them out on Spotify and add them to your playlists!
Follow the band at these links: