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See Body Count Rage With Power Trip's Riley Gale in New "Point the Finger" Video

"The hardest song" on BC's new album 'Carnivore'

Body Count's latest LP, Carnivore, is full of bangers, but even Ice-T himself calls "Point the Finger" "the hardest song on the album." It figures that it would be since the full-speed-ahead ripper 1) features none other than Power Trip's wild-man vocalist Riley Gale, a.k.a. Lil Jumpy Mane, as Ice has been known to affectionately call him, and 2) bluntly takes on the topic that brought Body Count their most well-known and controversial song, "Cop Killer": police brutality.

Today (May 19th), BC unleashed the new music video for the Carnivore standout, which, like the song itself, features Gale's inimitable presence. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and resulting social-distancing restrictions, the clip — produced and edited by Jay Rodriguez for Itchy House Films — was shot entirely using the band members' and Gale's cell phones in home quarantine. What it might lack in production value, the video more than makes up for in energy and intensity. Watch above.