From Ashes To New Premiere Video For “Scars That I’m Hiding” Featuring In Flames’ Anders Fridén

From Ashes To New have premiered a new video for an alternate version of “Scars That I’m Hiding“ featuring In Flames’ Anders Fridén. This version of the song will be featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming horror film “The Retaliators.” A version of “Scars That I’m Hiding” without Fridén’s vocals will also appear on From Ashes To New‘s new album “Panic“ (out August 28).

From Ashes To New’s Matt Brandyberry commented:

“There is nothing more bad-ass than being able to act alongside so many talented artists and ‘The Retaliators‘ gave us that opportunity! As kids we grew up with dreams to be musicians and actors and we are beyond grateful to be able to bring both dreams to fruition through this project. We can’t help but feel that all of this is building the hype we know our new album ‘Panic‘ deserves. This is only the beginning for what FATN is about to do!”

Fridén added:

“We’ve had the pleasure of touring with From Ashes To New a few times, so I was excited when they asked me to do a feature on their new song. The end result sounds awesome. Can’t wait to hit the road together again hopefully soon.”

The Hu & Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix Share New Video For “Wolf Totem” Featuring Footage From “The Retaliators”

The Hu have premiered a new video for “Wolf Totem” featuring Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix. The clip offers fans a look at Better Noise Films’ upcoming horror movie “The Retaliators.” That film was directed by Bridget Smith and it stars Michael Lombardi (“Rescue Me”), Marc Menchaca (“Ozark”, “The Outsider”), and Joseph Gatt (“Dumbo”). Members of Mötley Crüe, Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, The Hu, Ice Nine Kills, and more also guest in the movie.

Five Finger Death Punch, Mötley Crüe, & Papa Roach Members To Be Featured In New Horror Film “The Retaliators”

Mötley Crüe‘s Tommy Lee, Papa Roach‘s Jacoby Shaddix, and members of Five Finger Death Punch are all set to appear in a new horror film called “The Retaliators.” There isn’t too many details yet, but the movie will be part of Eleven Seven’s rebranding to Better Noise Music. Members of Five Finger Death Punch shared the below photos: