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Avatar Share Delightfully Creepy “The Dirt I’m Buried In” Video

Photo by Johan Carlén

The heavy metal ‘n’ roll, dark, madcap visionaries collectively known as AVATAR — vocalist Johannes Eckerström, guitarists Jonas Jarlsby and Tim Öhrström, bassist Henrik Sandelin, and drummer John Alfredsson — have unleashed yet another track from their upcoming magnum opus and ninth album Dance Devil Dance, out Febriuary 17 via Black Waltz Records, distributed by Thirty Tigers. Pre-order the album HERE.

Today, they have shared the video for “The Dirt I’m Buried In.” Watch it here

Follow the band through a gloriously creepy walk through the woods and while performing. You’ll even encounter some rock ‘n’ roll werewolves. 

“Our new album is designed to make you move and to move you,” says Eckerström. “We destroyed all doubt with ‘Valley of Disease.’ We blew the competition off the mountain with ‘Dance Devil Dance.’ Now the world is ours, and yours with us. The stage is set all that’s left to do is give in and join the circus. This is ‘The Dirt I’m Buried In.’ You are welcome.”

Dance Devil Dance
“Chimp Mosh Pit”
Valley of Disease
“On The Beach” 
“Do You Feel In Control”
“Gotta Wanna Riot” 
“The Dirt I’m Buried In” 
“Clouds Dipped In Chrome” 
“Hazmat Suit”
“Violence No Matter What” (Duet w/ Lzzy Hale)

Avatar enjoyed quite a productive summer, traipsing North America on a successful headline tour. They next embarked on some of the biggest shows of the career — a trek with Iron Maiden, supporting the band in stadiums in Brazil. Avatar also played arenas supporting Sabaton. They secured slots at major festivals globally —  Inkcarceration, Cadott Fest, Summer Breeze, and Bloodstock along the way.

Avatar added Veil of Maya in the UK and Europe this February and March 2023 on the Dance Devil Dance Tour. All dates are in the graphic below. More U.S. touring will be announced in due time.

Avatar also grace the Winter cover of Revolver. The newsstand cover is on the left, while the subscriber-only cover is on the right. Get them here

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