Asking Alexandria, like a house on fire tour, falling in reverse
[Photo via Asking Alexandria]

Asking Alexandria have dropped a brand new video for “Vultures“ in celebration of their self-titled record’s first anniversary.

“Simply put, “Vultures” means the world to us,” guitarist Ben Bruce tells the PRP. “We wrote this song at a time that was completely volatile in AA’s relationship.

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“We have since made amends and have written and created a video that speaks truly of what we have been through and overcome as Asking Alexandria. I hope you enjoy this visual as much as I have enjoyed creating it. Much love, Ben.”

The video is an animated masterpiece, the graphic novel-esque band members taking on a group of evil vultures in black and white.

Plus, it’s a great celebration for the first anniversary of Asking Alexandria. The album was band’s sixth studio effort, and, according to frontman Danny Worsnop, marked “a new chapter and a new future for Asking Alexandria.”

“We are excited to release the “Vultures” video on the 1 year anniversary of our self titled album,” the band posted to Twitter.

“We’ve worked long and hard creating a video that represents the depth, pain and beauty of this song. We hope you enjoy it. Thank you for an incredible year.”

Watch the video for “Vultures” in full below!

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