The Spectator is the band’s third full-length concept album named after a historic newspaper published in England in the early 1700s.
The video tells the story of Humpty Dumpty killing himself which is analogous of an unwanted fatherhood that ends with emotional detachment and a growing sense of guilt.
These songs are also deeply provocative.
The songs are deeply personal in their nature, addressing topics such as addiction, suicide, and toxic relationships.
The band’s unique sound known as “thunder metal” is a fresh take on the metal genre.