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Kill Syndicate video captures essence of metal

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Kill Syndicate, an outfit that's been helping keep the metal scene thriving for nearly a decade now, has a new video it's hoping to see broadcast on Comcast. In order for that to happen, though, the band's old video for the song "Volition" needs to register enough "likes" on YouTube. Don't know how many clicks that's going to require, but so far, it's generated 7300 nods. Easy to see why. A no-frills clip of dudes sweating it out in a jam room under a single bare bulb, it simply doesn't get any more metal than this. Have a look below and then get your "like" on.

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