Going into the last few dates of their highly successful North American Rage On The Stage! tour, I PREVAIL have announced the release of their video for “Already Dead”, starring Tenacious D’s Kyle Gass. Directed by Samuel Halleen, the video features Gass as a vengeful internet troll creating mayhem in the I Prevail world, intent on harassing them online..The band ultimately turns the tables on the social media evildoer as the story unfolds.

We wanted to make a video for “Already Dead” because it gets a great reaction live and is so much fun to play,” lead-guitarist Steve Menoian explains. “When Kyle Gass agreed to collaborate with us, it became a bucket list dream come true.”

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The band is currently on their Rage On The Stage! North American tour, which kicked off in early September. With only seven more shows remaining, the band will start 2018 working on their second full-length followup to their debut album Lifelines To date Lifelines has sold over 300,000 copies worldwide.

In the span of two years, I Prevail have played festivals like the main stage on the Vans Warped TourRock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion and have mostly sold out over 200 headline shows. The band has their sights set on making 2018 their biggest impact to date.

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