Pics: Behind the scenes at Concrete Dream’s video shoot w/ Hyro the Hero (3/30)

Photos by Gino DePinto & Shayne Schrode

Last Saturday (March 30th), North Jersey-based rock/rap crossover act Concrete Dream filmed a music video for their new song, “Pit Trap,” which was produced by Ricky Armellino (Hawk, Ice Nine Kills) and features rapper Hyro the Hero. The shoot took place at a warehouse in West New York (aka Hudson County, NJ) with director Dale “Rage” Resteghini (Fall Out Boy, Soulja Boy, Akon) at the helm, and with the gathering being open to members of the media and fans.

Following the video shoot, a few hundred attendees (including the likes of Danny Diablo, Ill Niño, Eddie Leeway, Ki Bohiti, Piss Mob, DJ Stress and more) also enjoyed a live performance of Concrete Dream‘s 2018 tracks “Catch 22” and “Relationshit.”

“We were trying to create the visual vibe for the new trap/metal scene and that day we did it tenfold,” said Concrete Dream lead singer Jeremiah Mayhem after the event. Guest vocalist Hyro The Hero added, “Such a Epic time. The vibe and energy was crazy. Pit Trap music video will definitely make some noise out here in the game.”

The music clip is still in production and is slated for release in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more.

In the meantime, check out a ton of behind the scenes photos from the shoot below.


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