KILLSWITCH ENGAGE PREMIERE NEW VIDEO FOR “IN DUE TIME”;

CLIP STREAMING NOW OVER AT ROLLINGSTONE.COM;

NEW ALBUM DISARM THE DESCENT ARRIVES APRIL 2ND

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “IN DUE TIME” HERE!

Roadrunner Records group Killswitch Engage have premiered their new video for “In Due Time,” the first single off their forthcoming album, Disarm The Descent. Directed by McFarland & Pecci, the video is now available to watch exclusively over at RollingStone.comDisarm The Descent, which was produced by the band’s very own Adam Dutkiewicz, marks the group’s first album with original vocalist Jesse Leach since 2002’s breakout Alive or Just Breathing. Pre-orders for Disarm The Descent are currently available at Killswitch Engage’s official online store with the full album arriving everywhere April 2nd.

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