Canadian thrash metal rockers Infrared release video for “Some Kind Of Disease”

Canadian thrash metal rockers Infrared release video for “Some Kind Of Disease”

Infrared, a thrash metal band emanating from Canada’s nation capital of Ottawa, have released a video for their song “Some Kind Of Disease” from their debut album No Peace, which was released back on March 25, 2016.

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of No Peace: “The title track “No Peace” is another killer song on this album that they also made a war painted music video for this track (see below). The video starts off with a quote from W.H. Auden about how there is no peace in this world. Then you hear a sound of a heartbeat and the “beeping” sound with it that you hear at the hospital, and it is also counting down to the beginning of the song. With every heartbeat, they show you pictures of previous disturbing war photos. The rest of the video shows more previous war pictures, the band playing in the woods and an abandoned house, and a camera following a soldier running away from a drone or something and he stops running and is ready to quit, but then draws his gun again at the target and the video is done. So it leaves it up to you to imagine what happens next.

The rest of the album is solid all the way through. Other stand out songs are “Social Science,” which starts off with a slower riff then kicks in with some bass hooky rhythm and then full on speed metal and “Some Kind Of Disease” is groove heavy with fiery riffs that has everything you want to hear in a metal song.”

Infrared‘s “Some Kind Of Disease” video:

Infrared – Some Kind of Disease (Official Video)

Infrared is a thrash metal band from Canada that formed in the 80’s, disbanded for 27 years and then reunited to pump out a full album of classic thrash metal that is true to the era and genre. Their message is as true today as it was back then.

Infrared‘s “No Peace” video:

Infrared – No Peace (Official Video)

Infrared is a thrash metal band from Canada that formed in the 80’s, disbanded for 27 years and then reunited to pump out a full album of classic thrash metal that is true to the era and genre. Their message is as true today as it was back then.