Magg Dylan confront alcoholism’s prison on journey of recovery to sobriety in “Delusional” music video


Alternative metal rockers Magg Dylan have revealed a very powerful music video for their latest single “Delusional“. The video was directed by Scott Hansen and Desiree Connell of Digital Thunderdome and was filmed at an abandoned prison to symbolize their past struggles with alcoholism. Watch it right now below:

“The song was written about the struggles to stay sober amidst delusions of having control over your destiny” says vocalist Suzanne De Iulio. “We wanted to use symbolism as opposed to what you’d normally expect. We think the concept of a prison created around yourself is a perfect metaphor for telling yourself everything is okay and you’ve got it all under control when in fact you’ve got to confront your dark side and only then can you begin to see the light.”  Guitarist Bruce Jordan adds, “This song is the result of almost 10 years of pain and rebirth, it has finally come to life. We hope this will reach someone who may be currently lost and pull them out of the darkness!”

On February 21, 2020, the band released their new full-length album entitled Amethyst via Eclipse Records. The album was produced by Jonathan Dolese and Bruce Jordan. The album features ten alternative metal anthems which showcase the band’s emotionally personal raw energy.

The album is already receiving critical acclaim from the likes of IM Music Magazine (8.5/10) saying “Amethyst is sure to be one of the big sleeper hits of this year” and Arrow Lords of Metal (7.5/10) calling the album “Modern metal with strong riffs and hard drums”. Magg Dylan have also revealed two previous music videos from the album for their first two singles, ‘Scarz’, and ‘Naked Alone In the Tub’. Watch all three music videos right now at this location.

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