As a result it’s hard to pick a song for a video because you don’t want to alienate one fan base in favor of another.

Finally… a new Prong video! I’ve been waiting to see a new video from this band since 2015’s Songs from the Black Hole. I’ve been contemplating the visual delays for a long time and I think I finally figured out why Tommy Victor hasn’t given us something sooner.  A Prong album is so diversified, it’s nearly impossible to pick a highlight track!

What I’ve learned from following the band so closely, is how many different types of Prong fans there really are. The current Prong albums X-No Absolutes (2016) & Zero Days (2017) have really run the metal spectrum. Offering music in a multitude of veins, from hardcore punk to classic heavy metal, there’s been something for everyone. As a result it’s hard to pick a song for a video simply because you don’t want to alienate one fan base in favor of another.

The new Prong visual offering is for the song “Forced into Tolerance”. A blistering performance video intent on capturing the band’s high energy discharge. It’s almost like watching a live concert, the assault is so fast paced and in your face! The multi-camera shots dial up the level intensity and add even more urgency to the overall presentation. The focal point of this attack is the band and Victor’s brutally honest lyrics. One of the best tracks off the Zero Days record, this video is what it is, a volatile exhibition of extreme musicality. Check out Prong’s latest visual offering and don’t let anyone force their senseless tolerance on you! \m/

Prong are:

  • Mike Longworth – Bass
  • Arturo “Art” Cruz – Drums
  • Tommy Victor – Guitars, Vocals
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