Metalcore vets Blood of the Martyrs dropped the music video and single for “The Devil’s Grip” this weekend, the first song from their upcoming EP, Endgame. The band, formed in 2007, last released Completionist in 2013. “The Devil’s Grip” will be the first song on the release, which was produced by Andres Magnussen, known for his work Oh, Sleeper, Haste the Day and Impending Doom.

Bassist Bobby Huotari spoke about the new album via press release:

“With this CD, we really strived to step out of our comfort zone and progress as musicians. We are very happy with how everything turned out and wrote this album with the hopes that we can reflect back on it years down the road and still be proud of it.”

The new album is scheduled to hit stores and online outlets on Feb. 26.

Blood of the Martyrs - Endgame

  1. The Devil’s Grip
  2. Home Insecurity
  3. The Better Man
  4. Dr Killinger
  5. Retrun To Malice
  6. The Revenge Society
  7. Council of Thirteen

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