Joey Jordison’s Vimic release My Fate video

Vimic
Vimic

Vimic have released a video for their track My Fate.

Former Slipknot drummer Jordison unveiled the band last month, saying he opted to rename his former group, Scar The Martyr, and bring a new vocalist Kalen Chase and keyboard player Matt Tarrach.

They hope to release their debut album Open Your Omen later this year via Roadrunner Records – and previously showcased the tracks She Sees Everything and Simple Skeletons.

Jordison previously said: “I decided I wanted to start fresh – I did not want to keep rehashing old ideas. If I am going to keep going, I really just wanted to break loose and wipe the slate clean.”

The band will tour in support of the record, with further details to be announced in due course.

Jordison has also teamed up with Dragonforce’s Fred Leclercq in Sinsaenum. They’ll release a two-track EP on June 6 and their debut full-length Echoes Of The Tortured on July 29.

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