Hangings and fiery deaths are the end of life scenes for Las Vegas' melodic metallers Escape the Fate. The band has spared no expense for the comically gothy video for 'Issues' -- the first clip from the band's forthcoming self-titled release.

Frontman Craig Mabbitt said the video came from his own mind. "We're kind of the witches of this town," he explained, the band coming face to face with a mob craving their death.

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"Slowly through the video, you begin to realize the town's people are the ones that are crazy and insane. We're just a group of four rad dudes playing in a church," the glam-adorned singer smiled before going on to explain the real life meaning behind the song.

Escape the Fate's new album comes out Nov. 2.