KITTIE – One Foot In The Grave

Canadian metal band Kittie has unveiled the official music video for their new single “One Foot In The Grave”. The track is the fourth to be released from their upcoming album “Fire”, set to drop on June 21st via Sumerian Records.

This video is visually striking, directed by Michael Maxxis, and showcases the band’s raw energy and intense performance. It features the members of Kittie delivering their signature blend of heavy riffs and powerful vocals against a backdrop of gritty, industrial-inspired visuals.

Frontwoman Morgan Lander commented on the video’s concept, stating:

“The ‘One Foot In The Grave’ video captures the essence of the song’s lyrics, which explore themes of resilience and perseverance in the face of adversity. We wanted to create a visual representation of that struggle, while also showcasing the band’s live intensity.”

Album and Tour

“One Foot In The Grave” serves as a powerful introduction to Kittie’s highly anticipated seventh studio album, “Fire”. The band has already released three other singles from the record, building anticipation among their dedicated fanbase.

To support the album’s release, Kittie has announced a string of live dates, giving fans the opportunity to experience the new material in a high-energy live setting. The tour will kick off in late June, with dates scheduled across North America and Europe.

With the release of “One Foot In The Grave” and the impending arrival of “Fire”, Kittie continues to solidify their position as one of the most influential and enduring acts in the metal scene, delivering a potent blend of aggression and melody that has captivated audiences for over two decades.

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