Metal Allegiance release Gift Of Pain video

Metal Allegiance have released a studio clip of their track Gift Of Pain featuring Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe.

It’s taken from the supergroup’s self-titled debut album, out on September 18 via Nuclear Blast and available to pre-order.

Blythe is joined on the track by core members Alex Skolnick, David Ellefson and Mike Portnoy, while Slayer’s Gary Holt also features.

The metal collective previously issued Can’t Kill The Devil featuring Testament’s Chuck Billy and Dying Song with Down and Superjoint vocalist Phil Anselmo.

Metal Allegiance feature in the latest edition of Metal Hammer, out now in print, digital and via TeamRock+.

Metal Allegiance tracklist

  1. Gift Of Pain (ft Blythe, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Holt)
  2. Let Darkness Fall (ft Troy Sanders, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Mark Menghi, Rex Brown, Blythe)
  3. Can’t Kill The Devil (ft Chuck Billy, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Phil Demmel, Andreas Kisser)
  4. Dying Song (ft Phil Anselmo, Skolnick, Menghi, Portnoy)
  5. Scars (ft Mark Osegueda, Cristina Scabbia, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy)
  6. Destination: Nowhere (ft Matt Heafy, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy)
  7. Wait Until Tomorrow (ft Dug Pinnick, Jamey Jasta, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy)
  8. Triangulum (ft Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Misha Mansoor, Ben Weinman, Charlie Benante, Demmel, Matt Heafy, Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal)
  9. Pledge Of Allegiance (ft Osegueda, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Benante, Holt, Kisser)
  10. We Rock (ft Osegueda, Chris Jericho, Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens, Alissa White-Gluz, Billy, Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza, Skolnick, Ellefson, Portnoy, Kisser, Demmel, Holt)

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