Polaris To Release New Album “Fatalism” In September, Premiere “Inhumane” Music Video

Polaris have announced that their new album, Fatalism,” will be released on September 1. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

“Fatalism” Track Listing:

01. “Harbinger”
02. “Nightmare”
03. “Parasites”
04. “Overflow”
05. “With Regards”
06. “Inhumane”
07. “The Crossfire”
08. “Dissipate”
09. “Aftertouch”
10. “Fault Line”
11. “All In Vain”

Daniel Furnari said the following about the album:

“For us, fatalism is the resignation to the idea that you have no control over certain things, that some things are almost pre-determined and inevitable which seems like a negative and almost fearful notion. But one of the reasons I was drawn to it as a concept and as an album title was that there’s almost a freedom in that idea too. Once you can accept that there are certain things you simply can’t control – it’s actually very liberating.

We want people to feel a sense of connection to something outside of themselves when they hear this album. There’s a certain peace that comes with accepting that there are some things larger than yourself and redirecting that fear.”

A video for the effort’s first single, “Inhumane,” can be found below. Furnari added the following about that track:

“‘Inhumane’ reflects on the feeling of growing desensitized to death, violence, and tragedy due to overexposure. I think for a lot of people over the last few years, when you’re facing a constant barrage of horrible news coming from every corner on a literal daily basis, eventually, you reach a point where the initial shock and sadness wear off and you find yourself becoming almost numb to it. It’s like a subconscious defense mechanism —when caring too much becomes too taxing, we stop caring at all. That hollow feeling, or lack of feeling, can come with a lot of guilt, making you question whether your empathy and your humanity have been erased, and in a strange way almost wishing you could feel that pang of fear or sadness again.

The music video for ‘Inhumane,’ conceived by our director Ed Reiss, takes that concept to a fantastical extreme, and features us falling through the floors of a collapsing apartment building, to find that new horrors (literally) await us on each level…It’s one of the wackiest (and bloodiest) ideas we’ve ever put on screen and I’m still kind of in disbelief that it came together!”

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