New Hypocrisy video

2010-04-24 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 16 Comments
Hypocrisy have uploaded a new video for their song 'Weed Out The Weak'.

'Weed Out The Weak' comes from the group's last album A Taste of Extreme Divinity, which was released in October 2009.

http://musicblips.dailyradar.com/video/hypocrisy-weed-out-the-weak/

Tagged: Hypocrisy

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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2010
8442 Comments


Casual live footage video, but the song was really decent. I never got to this album in 2009, but I think I'm going to look it up during this week.

FadeToBlack
April 24th 2010
11044 Comments


do it, its an awesome album

video was good, Peter's goatee was the highlight

Yazz_Flute
April 24th 2010
18907 Comments


siiick, one of my favorites on the album

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2010
16647 Comments


Good video, good song.

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KILL
April 24th 2010
72673 Comments


not bad dno i cant rly get into these guys apart from the final chapter

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Crysis
Staff Reviewer
April 24th 2010
16647 Comments


I can't either but this song may entice me to check out their newest album.

Yazz_Flute
April 24th 2010
18907 Comments


They went through a short stretch of weaker albums but I always found them to be the most consistently awesome death metal band. If you couldn't get into Virus I don't see your opinion changing on their newest but I thought it was damn good.

FadeToBlack
April 24th 2010
11044 Comments


yeah just don't check out the stuff between Hypocrisy and Virus; its not bad but its definitley weaker than their otehr albums.

also I love Pete's guitar, the metal look to it is really nice

TheDaviator
April 24th 2010
21 Comments


seeing these guys live in two weeks.... fucking stoked

Lelle
April 24th 2010
2156 Comments


I think this was one of the weaker songs on the album, so not my choice for a video. Hang Him High, Solar Empire or Global Domination would've been better

TheSpirit
April 24th 2010
18043 Comments


Hang Him High would've been a much better choice but band/album still rules

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FadeToBlack
April 25th 2010
11044 Comments


idk Hang Him High was good on first listen, but now its a bit boring tbqh. Solar Empire, Valley Of The Damned, Global Domination, or this would've been my choices for a vid

JWT155
April 25th 2010
9612 Comments


Video/song was aight.

SteelErectedb4you8er
April 25th 2010
2620 Comments


I don't know, I loved The Arrival and Virus quite a bit. I mean, I enjoy most of their material. However, for this album, it took me a lot longer to get into. Dig this song though!

SylentEcho
April 26th 2010
1576 Comments


awesome. Hypocrisy are so awesome.

zaruyache
April 26th 2010
7884 Comments


I'd love a video of either Solar Empire or Sky Is Falling Down.

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