Beyond Unbroken‘s latest single ‘The Madness’ is out now, along with the release of what’s been described as “a deeply intense official music video” that’s said to be “a deep dive into the dark recesses of our own mind and the demons we find there”.
“The Madness” portrays a psychological struggle when the mind is in overdrive, succumbing to manic thoughts,” explained Beyond Unbroken. “The music video plays out a war within a dark, decrepit prison—a metaphor echoed through the lyrics “I can’t get out,” describing how the mind can become its own prison.”
Drawing inspiration from everything from horror movies, and life experiences culminated in a music video and single that are said to be “a match made in mental hell”. The prison reflects a brutal metaphor for a one’s own personal prison. The low-tuned breakout guitar riffs, deep synthesisers, infused with orchestral elements serve to heighten the unsettling atmosphere.
“I want listeners to understand that they’re not alone. We’re here for a short time, and the pain they feel is only temporary, facing and overcoming obstacles is essential and it is what makes us stronger, brighter days are ahead for you. We’re in this together,” according to one of the Money brothers involved in Beyond Unbroken.
Founded by former Escape The Fate members, Monte and Michael Money, Beyond Unbroken mix genres the way an artist mixes paint,
‘The Madness’ video can be viewed here at RAMzine and the single is available from FiXT here.