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TETRARCH Reveal Blistering Music Video for “Stitch Me Up”

by Metal Jacket

Rising metal stars TETRARCH recently released their trailblazing sophomore full-length album, Unstable, to rave reviews and worldwide acclaim, and also announced a slew of fall tour dates with bands such as AtreyuNonpoint and more. In anticipation of the return of touring season, the band is thrilled to unleash a blistering new music video for the hard-charging album anthem “Stitch Me Up”.

Lead guitarist Diamond Rowe says: “Shooting the video for ‘Stitch Me Up’ was super fun and we are honestly thrilled with how it came out. The way the storyline was shot has such a cinematic feel to it and the finished product just looks awesome.

The theme of this video is kind of about being an outcast in your everyday life. You can sometimes feel like a complete freak when it seems like no one else sees things the same way that you do or has common interests, but finally meeting up with people that are like you can make you feel safe and whole. It reminds me a lot of all of us in the heavy music community and how we may be looked at in strange ways, but when we’re all together we are just one big happy family sharing our love of music.”

Produced by the band and Dave Otero (Cattle Decapitation, Allegaeon, Khemmis), TETRARCH’s new album, Unstable, dropped on April 30 via Napalm Records to major critical acclaim! Loudwire stated, TETRARCH are not messing around, bringing the heavy with full force…”, while Alternative Press said, “The meteoric rise of nu metal’s brightest new stars TETRARCH has been a compelling show for the scene around them”. Upon release, TETRARCH‘s debut single, “I’m Not Right” cracked the Mediabase Active Rock Top 30 and has garnered over six million combined cross-platform streams to date. Follow up single “You Never Listen” received support from SiriusXM, HardDrive, Full Metal Jackie and many more of the country’s leading active rock outlets, while one of their most recent singles, “Negative Noise”, has reached nearly one million views on YouTube and counting.

Photo credit: Guillermo Briceño

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