Arch Enemy Premiere New Video for “Cruelty Without Beauty”

Extreme-metal band Arch Enemy have a new video for “Cruelty Without Beauty.” The song is off Khaos Legions, the band’s ninth album that, in its first week of release, debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at position 78.

The single’s video is about anti-animal cruelty and was made with the help of Peta2 animals rights organization. Be warned: It is graphic.

Vocalist Angela Gossow said about the video, “The video is quite raw and extreme as it reflects the lyrics very well, I believe, dealing with a subject matter close to my heart — animal cruelty and vivisection.”

Check out “Cruelty Without Beauty” below:


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  • Witchesbrew269

    This my fellow Metal Heads is what you get when brutal metal meets PETA.

  • Rick Tallman Jr.

    Too bad PETA is a bunch of publicity seeking hypocrites. 97% kill rate of adoptable animals in PETA shelters.

  • Rob Everhart

    This is great video and its awesome to see compassion from metal, it shows that the metal scene is not a a bunch of emotionless drones, and I am glad to see Arch Enemy step up and point this issue out. Animal Testing is no longer needed for a majority of research in a variety of fields, yet this atrocity goes on without repercussion and it needs to stop.