Fozzy premiere new single and music video

American rock band Fozzy have unveiled a new single “Judas” along with an energetic music video. Premiering the song on BBC Radio One’s Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter on April 30th with the video revealed two days later through Loudwire.

“Judas” is the title track from Fozzy’s upcoming album ‘Judas’. Check out the video here below. While singer Chris Jericho is definitely engaging as a frontman, it’s worth your while to pay attention to what’s going on in the background. Alongside the high energy performance by the band, viewers will spot an array of unexpected “guests” making their way into frame.

 

Discussing the video with Loudwire, frontman Chris Jericho said “For such a dark and sexy song like ‘Judas,’ we wanted a dark and sexy video to match, We got that and more! In one take we filmed a unique, visually stunning masterpiece that combines an incredible song, psycho clowns, hot chicks, a man on fire and a great rock ‘n’ roll band, all in one tasty video morsel. What more could you want … a giant rabbit holding balloons? Oh yeah, we’ve got that, too!”

Fozzy are embarking on the “Judas Rising” tour this month, with dates carrying over into June. Unfortunately these dates currently only include North America.

Full dates and tickets are available here.

Let us know in the comments what you think of “Judas” and share with us your photos and videos if you go to the “Judas Rising” tour.

 

Photo Credit – Fozzy, Century Media Records

Video Credit – Fozzy, Century Media Records

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