The music video for “I’ll Get Through It,” Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler‘s new collaboration with the symphonic metal band Apocalyptica, has premiered online.
The clip features dramatic portraits of Butler and the cello rockers, as well as singer Franky Perez, who handles lead vocals on the track. You can watch it now streaming on Apocalyptica’s official YouTube channel.
“I’ll Get Through It,” which was released last month, was written by prolific hit songwriter and 13-time Oscar-nominee Diane Warren, whose long list of credits includes Aerosmith‘s “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” Chicago‘s “Look Away,” Cher‘s “If I Could Turn Back Time,” and many, many others.
Apocalyptica’s most recent album, Cell-0, was released in 2020. The band will launch a U.S. headlining tour Thursday night in Atlanta. Perez, who sang on Apocalyptica’s 2015 record, Shadowmaker, will be the vocalist for the tour.
As for Butler, he’s written a graphic novel called The Antibody that’s which is being released as a multi-part NFT collection via the NFT marketplace YellowHeart, the first chapter of which was made available last month at yh.io. The digital book tells the story of a mutated antibody that goes on to wreak havoc on humanity. Each episode will feature original music composed by Geezer.
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