Nu Metal band Shockproof Release Music Video [Indonesia]

Indonesian nu-metal band Shockproof has released a music video for a track off their debut album.

“By carrying out the concepts of rap and metal music, Shockproof claimed to be still stubborn in this music track such as Rage Against The Machine, Hed Pe, Limp Bizkit, and Slipknot to broaden the alternative color choices of his music. One year since the formation of Shockproof, 2018 was spent working on the creation of songs for their album. As for the recording process, they did it in two music studios, namely Trrecords studio under the direction of WIG, and Nazgul Studio. A little extra, one of the songs they produced titled “The Movement” took part in the This Is Sukabumi Compilation CD in 2019. The full album they are currently working on, which contains 10 song material such as “Primary Crisis”, “Lost”, “Media Masalah”, “The Movement”, “Here Comes Trouble”, “Controled Riot”, “Omnivora”, “Reaksi”, “Despair”, dan “Outro” (The Beast).

On Sunday, February 9, 2020 SHOCKPROOF just celebrated the release of their debut album titled ‘Here Comes Trouble’ at Allegra Café Sukabumi, with 7 loyal friend bands from Sukabumi who participated in celebrating the Feast. Among them, Eksekusi, Mulih Ka Kubur, Be4Enemy, Sadness, Brother Against Brother, Blackramstein, Repton and closed by Shockproof by bringing 8 songs from their first album.

A pause a few days after the album debut party, February 11, 2020 Shockproof released video clip for the song entitled ‘Despair’. This song was taken from their debut album entitled ‘Here Comes Trouble’ which was released on January 25, 2020 by an independent label from Sukabumi called Omnivore Records.

The ‘Despair’ video was made directly by Oplesz (Shockproof vocalist). “Despair’s video is the first part of the trilogy of the evil clown, a picture of the despair of a long-time oppressed person who changes the scars in his life into something more terrible”.” is an underground Asian music news website created for the sole purpose of supporting our own world. We support all bands and genres HOWEVER we do not support nor have any sympathy for homophobic, racist, sexist rhetoric in lyrical content or band material. UNITE ASIA!