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Killswitch Engage have released a powerful full-concept video for their latest single, “I Am Broken Too.”

Check out the brand new video below.

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The band debuted the track last month as the latest track from their upcoming eighth full-length albumAtonement.

“I Am Broken Too” brings mental health awareness to the forefront of the song, which now has an accompanying music video.

“The video is a reflection of real-life events that loved ones have gone through,” says vocalist Jesse Leach. “Kyle Cogan and Zack Stauffer did an amazing job of bringing it all to life. The result is a powerful video that captures the essence and desperation of the song.”

You can watch the video directed by Cogan and Stauffer, below.

The band are donating a portion of the proceeds from the track to Hope For The Day, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing outreach and education to mental health awareness.

“That song is all about what I think Hope For The Day stands for, and this issue of mental health is becoming a much more discussed issue when you see people killing themselves, celebrities or artists or musicians,” Leach shares. “It’s really prevalent in our community.

“It was a perfect way for me to write a song that isn’t just an anthem but can raise awareness and connect with the listener and make people feel less alone in this world if they’re dealing with mental health issues,” he continues.

Atonement will be released Aug. 16 via Metal Blade Records.

You can view the full tracklist below.

ATONEMENT TRACKLISTING:
1. “Unleashed”
2. “The Signal Fire” [Featuring Howard Jones]
3. “Us Against the World”
4. “The Crownless King” [Featuring Chuck Billy]
5. “I Am Broken Too”
6. “As Sure As the Sun Will Rise”
7. “Know Your Enemy
8. “Take Control”
9. “Ravenous”
10. “I Can’t Be the Only One”
11. “Bite the Hand That Feeds”

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