Vault of Valor are a Metalcore band out of Adelaide and today they have released a music video for their latest single ‘Plague of the Earth’. ‘Plague of the Earth’ takes inspiration from legendary documentarian David Attenborough and the way he looks at human beings, specifically the damage human cause to the world itself.

Going into detail about the inspiration for the music video and single, Vault of Valor’s guitarist Max noted how he loves “watching documentaries and after watching a Sir David Attenborough doco called “How many people can live on Planet Earth”, it inspired the lyrics to the song,” while also going into more detail about how the “documentary is about world population and the growth of human civilisation outnumbering the number of finite resources we have to sustain such a huge number of people.”

“After the documentary I began researching the topic and found inspiration in a talk given by Albert Bartlett – RIP. On exponential growth it’s listed on youtube as the most important video you’ll ever see – and I think he raises some very interesting and logical points on the subject.”

Additionally noting hoe the band “have been so eager to put this out since releasing” their “debut EP.”

Vault of Valor
Plague of the Earth Single Launch Shows:

30th Sep – The Producers Bar – Adelaide
with special guests
Amberyse | Beyond These Waters | Palisade

14th Oct – Tetsuo Nightclub – Perth
with special guests
At Depths | The Arcadian | Entropy

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