Exclusive: Fallen Captive Premiere Lyric Video for New Song, “Impurities”

Cleveland, Ohio, deathcore act Fallen Captive have supported acts such as Asking Alexandria, Memphis May Fire, Of Mice & Men, and Suicide Silence. Now the band has teamed up with Revolver to premiere a new lyric video for the track, “Impurities.” Check out the song below and let us know what you think in the comments.

Fallen Captive is heading out on a short tour this winter including a hometown play with Protest The Hero, Architects, and Affiance.

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  • billfuckyou

    How many cliches can we squeeze into one song? Seriously though, one of the sloppiest live bands ive ever seen.

    • Fuckthisbillfuckyouguy

      I completely disagree, pretty sure I know their songs spot on, and they are amazing live. Great song

  • Alex Z

    This song is great. Already sounds better than most of the crap Sumerian has released this year.

  • dead

    god, this is just embarassing

  • RageKage216

    To all of these shit talkers on here. #1 FUCK YOU. #2 How many of you actually play in bands, and #3 bet my last $$ NONE of you would have balls to say these things to their faces. You’re all tough behind the mask of the internet and your keyboard. These guys are my friends, and THE hardest working band in Cleveland, possibly even the entire tri-state area. I’ve seen them come up as a band from their infancy, and this is THE best song they’ve put out yet, and it’s only going to get better from here on out.

    • Tata

      People are entitled to their opinions. Whether their comments are negative or positive, we’re extremely happy with this song and video, and that will never change. We worked really hard to get where we are today, while balancing full time jobs, going to school and then some. If people can’t respect that, then that’s fine. We are not professional musicians. We are six guys who practice in a barn twice a week in a small town called Twinsburg, Ohio. All I want out of being in this band is to make a difference and to provide fun and entertainment for others; nothing more. Even with all the shit that I have to balance out in my life, this is the only thing that keeps me sane. To the people who love the song, have shared it and like what we’re doing, thank you! I truly appreciate your support. To the people who dislike the song or dislike what we do, I hope that we can create something that you will enjoy sometime in the future. Thanks for at least giving it a shot because that’s all I could ever ask for. Thank you Revolver for premiering our single for us. We know we’re not even close to being the biggest band in the world, but we really appreciate you having our backs. I would also like to thank Atrium Audio and Josiah Moore for doing an excellent job on the song and video. In closing, you can say what you want to say. It’s not going to stop us from doing what we love.

  • Andrew Pasquino

    Very nice eh! All the haters make me like it even more!!!