Davey Suicide has released the “World Wide Suicide” music video from the sophomore album of the same name, which is available now on iTunes. The video, which premiered with BlankTV, was co-directed & filmed by Needlz & MichellexStar in downtown UnHolywood Killafornia.

Watch Davey Suicide’s “World Wide Suicide” Music

Often times we can be imprisoned by people in our lives that intentionally try and break us. Their ego can’t let themselves make the logical decision, so they make it hell for everyone who defies them. This video symbolizes freedom from that. – Davey Suicide

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Davey Suicide - World Wide Suicide (2015)
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About Davey Suicide

The name, “Suicide” is a constant reminder that unless we kill ourselves, there’s no ceiling for what we are capable of.“

Davey Suicide is ruling the underground by fusing the live aesthetic of an arena rock show into a club setting. The Los Angeles insurgent injects gutter grit and theatrics back into a rock industrial genre that’s been salivating for it’s next messiah. The band flanked by (Drayven Davidson, Needlz, Niko Gemini,& Derek Obscura) distills heavy metal, industrial, and punk into anthems that are as corrosive as they are catchy. Currently, Davey Suicide is supporting their sophomore release, Worldwide Suicide, after spending the past four years extensively touring the US along with their first UK tour on their self titled debut album. This video marks the first video that the band has released since their departure from their former record label in May of 2015.

-Kerrang! ‘Top 50 Rock Stars in the World Today
-Big Cheese ‘Introducing’
-Kerrang! ‘Introducing’
-Revolver Magazine ‘Ones to Watch’
-Scuzz TV video exclusives
-Blank TV video exclusives
-AP Stage SXSW

Past Tours:

Static X
Ill Nino
Wednesday 13
New Years Day
Jeffree Star
William Control
Blood on the Dance Floor
The Browning
Winds of Plague
The Bunny The Bear
The Defiled