Within Temptation goes “Faster” in new MV

Dutch rock band Within Temptation has released the music video for their new single “Faster” online. The video starts out the same as their album trailer did, with a creepy old lady writing a letter (taken from the first short film “Mother Maiden“). The concept becomes more intriguing with the scary black and white samples, fueling your anticipation and leave you wanting more. I must say the band is looking pretty fresh and ‘rocking’ in their new video, or maybe I’ve just been missing them. Overall, the music video has a wonderful artistic direction, and I Love Sharon’s outfit as well. Anyways, without me going on and on about how cool the new video is, please check it out for yourselves below and let us know what you think:

Within Temptation will also be debuting the first of their short films on the official website tomorrow (January 31st) so keep checking back with us or with them for more. “Faster” will be released on February 8th, and the new album titled “The Unforgiving” will be available in stores and online on March 25th. Be sure to pre-order your copy, or try your luck with our giveaway.

Credit: ArtistDirect


One thought on “Within Temptation goes “Faster” in new MV

  1. I saw the MV was out but I’ve been so busy that I haven’t had a chance to check it out. I was so glad when I came here and saw it posted! It’s different from what I expected, but I really like it! I think they’ve grown so much as artists and they continue to show us different sides of Within Temptation with every album. This is exactly why they’re one of my very favorite bands, if not my favorite πŸ˜€

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