Death From Above Shares Video For “Freeze Me”

Death From Above have shared their unique video depicting the end of the world and its supposed victors. I’m with DFA in this camp and if there’s an impending end of the world scenario, I hope those featured in the video are chosen to lead the rest of us.

The bizarre video was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Canadian filmmaker Corey Adams – it weaves the storyline in between and around the muscular, omnipresent Death From Above monster riff. Click here to view and share “Freeze Me.” Click here to order the song.

“Freeze Me,” produced by Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, etc.), has already made its sonic presence felt:

“The new, piano-sample-driven track is a typical, serrated piece of Death From Above-branded dance-rock, with a fierce noise breakdown toward the end.” – Spin

Death From Above vocalist/drummer Sebastien Grainger explains: “When Corey Adams started talking to us about making this video he said he wanted it to be about how body builders would spend their last day on earth before the nuclear apocalypse. He also mentioned there would be a guy dressed as Rambo playing a machine gun like an electric guitar and a lady body builder pumping iron under water. He had us at hello.”

Death From Above on tour this summer:

07/06 Ottawa, ON Ottawa Bluesfest
07/09 Quebec City, QC Festival d’été de Québec
07/28 Oro Medonte, Canada Burl’s Creek Event Grounds

07/29 Toronto, ON WayHome Music Festival
08/06 Montreal, QC Osheaga Music Festival
09/15-17 Chicago, IL Riot Fest

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