Five-piece Dayton, OH band The Paramedic released their first music video off their new album, Diary of My Demons, which launches August 12. Fans can check out the video for “Who I’ve Become” here on HM.

Vocalist and lyricist Michael Luciano comments about the album:

This album was not for the faint of heart, and I think these songs are going to show that. ‘Diary Of My Demons’ is an album full of darkness, anger, sadness, and self-reflection. There were some things that I needed to get off of my chest, demons that I had to let go of. What better way to let them go than by sharing my demons with the world.

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