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Queensryche Release 'Hellfire' Music Video

12/06/2016
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Queensryche

Queensryche have release a new music video for their track "Hellfire". The song comes from the group's 2015 album "Condition Human" and 'spotlights the Malaysian passenger flight crisis in 2014'.

Frontman Todd La Torre had the following to say, "'Hellfire' is a depiction primarily based on the tragic events surrounding the Malaysian airline flight MH17. Despite the storyline's foundation, the lyrical and visual narrative transcends into other pertinent, global subject matters.

"Civil unrest, guerrilla warfare, media propaganda, and social inequalities are just some examples of the multifaceted issues marbled throughout 'Hellfire'. A poignant illustration of an unfortunate yet timeless reality." Watch the video

Release "Hellfire" Music Video - Continue 'Condition Human' Fall Tour In North America
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Seattle based heavy metal icons Queensryche are nearing the end of their'Condition Human' world tour, which has now brought them back to North America on Fall a headlining run. Continuing to build on the momentum of their latest studio album, the band has released a visceral new music video for their song "Hellfire", which spotlights the Malaysian passenger flight crisis in 2014. Speaking about the influence and subject matter for the new video, vocalist Todd La Torre states, here.

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