Protest The Hero Unveil Lyric Music Video For New Song “A Life Embossed”

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    Gearing up for the release of their brand new album Volition which is now less than two weeks away, Canadian post-hardcore heroes Protest The Hero have unveiled a second song from their new album and a lyric video to go along with it. The track, entitled A Life Embossed, has lyrical content that focuses on some animal welfare issues taking place in the band’s home area of Ontario in Canada. Singer Rody Walker has been quite vocal about what the track is about and the cause associated with it:

    “The boys in PTH are long time dog lovers, it has come to our attention that there’s injustice afoot! Our home of Ontario Canada is the largest territory in all the world to pass legislation that discriminates against a specific breed of dog. This is a worldwide issue that the band is incredibly disturbed by. The song and video for “A Life Embossed” attempts to draw much needed attention to an issue that affects all dog lovers alike.”

    Anyone who wants to watch and listen for themselves, the video for A Life Embossed is right here:

    Volition is released on Razor & Tie Records in the US on October 29th and through Spinefarm Records internationally one day earlier on October 28th 2013. The band recently found themselves a new full time drummer in the shape of Mike Leradi, who is thrilled to be part of the PTH family:

    “Hey everyone! Mike Ieradi here, and happy to announce my new role in Protest the Hero. I’m excited to be a full blown member of a great band with some great friends, and looking forward to the future with these goons. Stoked to see everyone out on this upcoming tour, and I hope you enjoy watching me sweat my way through two sets with Protest and The Kindred. It should be a fun one!”

    More information about Protest The Hero including their tour schedule (which begins November 7th) can be found at their website


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