Sevendust have unveiled a video for their latest single, “Unforgiven,” placing it in a post-apocalyptic world courtesy of director Scott Hansen. The concept behind the clip is "the world is rebuilding and the youth will be the ones to keep mankind going long after the adults are no longer around," according to a statement by the band.

“The ‘Unforgiven’ video was a great experience for me," says Sevendust frontman Lajon Witherspoon. "I loved working with everyone on that shoot. It was like being in a movie for real and I hope we can do something like that again."

"Unforgiven," from this year's All I See Is War LP, comes just as Sevendust wraps up a tour of the United States opening for Clutch and before returning to the United Kingdom for a week of headline dates beginning Dec. 1. The band will close out 2018 with a trio of hometown shows in Atlanta, Ga. at The Masquerade on Dec. 28, 29 and 31. The New Year’s Eve show will see the band performing their iconic 1999 album Home in its entirety.

When asked about Sevendust's upcoming 25th anniversary next year, Witherspoon told Loudwire, "I feel very blessed and fortunate, I could never take this for granted, to still be relevant in the music business. I don’t say fans, I say our family. They’re the reason we’re still here. We have a job to do."

All I See Is War is Sevendust's 12th album. To see the remaining dates of their tour and for ticket information on the Atlanta shows, head over to this location.

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