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News: Killswitch Engage Release Powerful Video for ‘I Am Broken Too’

"The video is a reflection of real-life events that loved ones have gone through," says singer Jesse Leach. "Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer did an amazing job of bringing it all to life. The result is a powerful video that captures the essence and desperation of the song."

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE 
RELEASE POWERFUL I AM BROKEN TOO VIDEO 

NEW ALBUM ATONEMENT TO BE RELEASED AUGUST 16
ON SONY MUSIC AUSTRALIA

PRE-ORDER WITH JB HIFI FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A SIGNED IBANEZ GUITAR FROM THE BAND!

Grammy-nominated and Gold-selling hard rock heavyweights Killswitch Engage have just dropped the video for I Am Broken Too. Watch the powerful video here:

The full-concept video was directed by Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer of SIMIAN.LA (A Perfect Circle, Breaking Benjamin) and was shot in the Los Angeles area.

“The video is a reflection of real-life events that loved ones have gone through,” says singer Jesse Leach. “Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer did an amazing job of bringing it all to life. The result is a powerful video that captures the essence and desperation of the song.”

The band is also donating a portion of the proceeds from the song to Hope for the Day, a Chicago-based non-profit organization that focuses on suicide prevention by providing outreach and mental health education through the use of music and art.

The song appears on the band’s eighth album, Atonement, out August 16 on Sony Music Entertainment.

PRE-ORDER ATONEMENT HERE

Pre-order the album at JB Hi-Fi and enter to win a signed Ibanez guitar from the band!

KsE previously shared first new single, Unleashed. Watch the visualizer here.

ATONEMENT TRACK LISTING:
01. Unleashed
02. The Signal Fire [Featuring Howard Jones]
03. Us Against the World
04. The Crownless King [Featuring Chuck Billy]
05. I Am Broken Too
06. As Sure As the Sun Will Rise
07. Know Your Enemy
08. Take Control
09. Ravenous
10. I Can’t Be the Only One
11. Bite the Hand That Feeds

ABOUT KILLSWITCH ENGAGE: 
Killswitch Engage first shook the structure of heavy music upon climbing out of snowy industrialized Western Massachusetts in 1999. A musical outlier, the band pioneered a union of thrashed-out European guitar pyrotechnics, East Coast hardcore spirit, on-stage hijinks, and enlightened lyricism that set the pace for what the turn-of-the-century deemed heavy. 2002’s Alive Or Just Breathing became avowed as a definitive album, being named among “The Top 100 Greatest Metal Albums of the Decade” by Decibeland celebrated by everyone from Metal Hammer to Revolver. Not only did they bust open the floodgates for dozens to follow, but they also garnered two GRAMMY®Award nominations in the category of “Best Metal Performance” in 2005 and 2014, respectively, and gold certifications for The End of Heartache[2004] and As Daylight Days [2006]. The group landed three consecutive Top 10 debuts on the BillboardTop 200 with Killswitch Engage [2009], Disarm The Descent [2013], and their career high best bow at #6 with Incarnate [2016]. The latter two releases would also both capture #1 on the Top Rock Albums and Top Hard Rock Albums charts. Their total streams have exceeded half-a-billion to date. Along the way, the band has shared stages with some of the biggest acts in the world and have sold out countless headline gigs in six continents across the globe.

2019 represents another turning point. The quintet—Adam Dutkiewicz [lead guitar], Joel Stroetzel [rhythm guitar], Mike D’Antonio [bass], Justin Foley [drums], and Jesse Leach [vocals]—sharpen every side of this signature sound on their eighth full-length and first for Sony Music Entertainment, Atonement. The vision they shared two decades ago crystallizes like never before as evidenced by the first single “Unleashed.”

ABOUT HOPE FOR THE DAY:
Hope For The Day achieves proactive suicide prevention by providing outreach and mental health education.  Suicide completion rates have surged to a 30-year high. Suicide has no prejudice, and each year more than 800,000 die in this silence. In the United States, over 44,000 people die by suicide every year, averaging 121 suicide completions each day. Suicide is a preventable mental health crisis. The primary obstacle to suicide prevention is the silence of stigma. Stigmas are social and cultural factors that try to dictate how we express ourselves and compel individuals to be silent on their internal experiences. Too often, we do not discuss mental health or suicide until it directly impacts our community. Proactive prevention is about creating an environment that doesn’t wait for someone to reach a point of crisis to address their mental health. In doing proactive prevention, individuals step up to take action and facilitate

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