Enforced unveil “UXO” music video

Richmond, Virginia thrash metal/crossover favorites Enforced have uploaded an official music video for their new single titled “UXO” — check out the clip below. The song appears on the band’s just released new full-length album on Century Media Records, ‘Kill Grid.’

This song is lyrically self-explanatory”, explains singer Knox Colby. “It’s about the cluster bombing of Laos during the Vietnam War. The main focus of the lyrics are about the cultural impact that the unexploded ordnance (abbreviated UXO) has had over the last 50 years. Over 20,000 people have died accidentally from stepping on these bombs that are the size of a softball and scattered over the entire country, which is predominantly covered in dense jungle (last I checked, 35% of the country is still contaminated with UXO). It’s an issue the United States has only recently owned up to, but the government won’t apologize for; it’s shameful.

Guitarist Will Wagstaff adds, “When this song was written I was listening to 2 specific songs on repeat. ‘Dying’ by Obituary and ‘Corporal Jigsore Quandary’ by Carcass. Both tracks are just so driving with the double bass and grooviness and I wanted to try to write something somewhat in that vein.

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