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WEAK13 Release Another Controversial Video 'Obey The Slave'!

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Underground Grunge Rockers Release New Video!


British underground post punk band WEAK13 have released a new music video for their song 'Obey The Slave' taken from their 2016 debut album 'They Live' which was well received by press and metal heads alike. WEAK13 have never been ones to be subtle and like to cause havoc with controversial songs, lyrics and videos to accompany their honest views.

The latest music video was filmed in a real English magistrates court and revolves around a theme of law and order. The song raises questions about authority and activism with thought provoking lyrics and proudly shouts “Don't start a revolution. Have a revelation and share. Wake up”.

Witness the bold and compelling video for yourself!




You will be be pleased to hear the band are currently preparing to record their follow up to 'They Live' with as yet untitled sophomore studio album with producer John Stewart at FrEQ in Coventry, England. Frontman and guitarist Nick J Townsend revealed “We were so impressed with the engineering by Stewart on the They Live album; it's important news that we'll be able to work with him again and we know already that he'll do the new material the justice it deserves”. The They Live album contains the song “Obey The Slave” and is only available from weak13official.com


I'm sure we can expect more contentious themes from their anticipated upcoming release!


I reviewed the bands debut album 'They Live' so be sure to check that out! It's a must hear! http://www.madaboutrock.co.uk/2016/02/weak-13-they-live-debut-album-review.html



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