Body Count Grapple With Police Brutality in 'Black Hoodie' VideoZoe Camp |
Body Count are gearing up to release their new album, Bloodlust, later this month. After dropping an intense visual for first single "No Lives Matter," Ice-T and company are sustaining their political furor with "Black Hoodie," a crossover thrash barnstormer doubling as a diatribe against police brutality. Further underscoring this theme is Treach Tribe's visual, which finds the band grappling with an unarmed shooting and performing in black hoodies, a nod to Trayvon Martin, who was wearing the garment when he was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer in 2012, thereby turning it into a symbol for the Black Lives Matter movement. Watch below.
Bloodlust is out March 31 via Century Media. Pre-order it here.