Naberus new Slaves music video takes on the wealthy one-percenters


Hot off the heels of their immensely-successful Japan Tour, Australian melodic death-thrashers Naberus have announced a new music video for the song Slaves. This is the fourth single taken from their critically-acclaimed sophomore album Hollow. The video tackles the societal issue of wealth inequality. It was directed by Catherine Argiriou, filmed by Consta Creative and edited by Warwick Hughes of Sink or Swim Productions at the Old Meat Market in Northern Melbourne, Australia. Watch the video below:

“Slaves is a song about feeling useless and trapped in a monopolizing capitalistic society where the minority hold the majority of the wealth” says lead vocalist James Ash. “There’s a visible trend among the extremely wealthy in their obsession with materialistic possessions, and this fosters a sense of greed and selfishness which also appear to be on the rise.”

Naberus latest album Hollow was released on June 28, 2018 via Eclipse Records and received critical acclaim from hundreds of media outlets and radio stations all over the world. To date, the band have already released three other music videos supporting the album, for the songs “Hollow”, “My Favorite Memory”, and “Space to Breathe” which have surpassed a combined 53,000 views on YouTube, and over 210,000 plays on Spotify.

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