​Anthrax show brutal torture in new video "Blood Eagle Wings"

The American thrash metallers Anthrax released the video "Blood Eagle Wings", filmed for their latest album "For All Kings" song.

In the video, directed by Jack Bennett, the skull-faced king rules society built on tortures, torments and murders. The role of the protagonist played the 43-year-old actor James Duval, previously starred in the movies "Donnie Darko", "Independence Day" and "Gone in Sixty Seconds".

The guitarist Scott Ian commented in the interview with Rolling Stone: "I think it's our masterpiece of a song. It's the biggest, coolest thing we've ever written."

"Any great city, whether it's London, Rome, Paris, New York, Los Angeles — these cities are alive because of how many people were killed to make these cities what they are, how much blood was spilled over time."

"For All Kings" was released on February 26 via Megaforce and Nuclear Blast. Anthrax’s eleventh LP can be ordered on the band's website.

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