Directed by GMAN, the band shot a visual post-apocalyptic story in Witten, Westphalia about two women on the run. The second video from their self-titled debut album also premiers Mutant Proof’s new drummer Bobby Schottkowski (Tank, ex-Sodom).
Frontman Gerald Manns says: “Brave The Storm is our only lovesong. But I wanted to place it in an unexpected scenario. Hence the zombies! Working with Bobby is fantastic. He’s highly professional but relaxed. Concentrated but funny! And obviously a real mean machine behind the drums!”
The new MUTANT PROOF drummer Bobby comments: ” I had a lot of fun during the filming of the video and I’m really looking forward to playing a lot of live shows with the guys!”
Mutant Proof released their self-titled debut album, produced by Siggi Bemm, with great catchy potential: a fresh mix of punk rhythms, rocky melodies, metallic riffs and significant lyrics via Woodhouse Records. The skilled Dortmund musicians (among others Phantoms of Future, Backlash, Powerball, Tank, ex-Sodom) set themselves apart from the conventional stylistic mush and combine their diverse influences in their debut album into ten exciting, catchy songs. The influences are highly diversified: these include classic Punk Rock, Funk, Pop and Metal. The result is a stunning mix of power from the heart of the Ruhr Area. Mutant Proof adds a fresh boost to the local music scene and shows that the fusion of different styles can be a multifaceted and rewarding success. Check out the video, here “Brave The Storm”