Superheaven have teamed up with NPR for the premiere of their “Gushin' Blood” music video. Check it out below and leave us a comment with your thoughts.

Guitarist/vocalist Taylor Madison spoke with NPR on the meaning behind the track:

So this is an intense video. Where did it come from?

Well, I wrote the song about a pretty personal thing. My youngest sister has been addicted to heroin for a few years now, and it's been one of the most difficult things my family has had to deal with. I've had to literally chase people away from my house because they were trying to bring drugs to the house while we were trying to keep my sister clean long enough to get to rehab. I know that when it comes down to it, my sister's addiction is her addiction, but it's frustrating to have people sort of enabling the situation that you're trying so hard to remedy.

This song is kind of about a fantasy I've had many times; of getting all of those people in a room and torturing them, cutting them up and burying them in the woods. I know it sounds like some psychotic stuff, but I think everyone has thoughts like that, without acting on them. It's just part of that animalistic nature, where you'd do anything to protect the people you love

The track is taken from the band's new album, Ours Is Chrome, which is out now on SideOneDummy.