Nonpoint have unveiled the video for "Divided.. Conquer Them" that you can watch above. It's the latest single from their album The Poison Red that was released in July.

"This video is part one of a story we are looking to bring our fans into throughout out next few releases," says singer Elias Soriano. "I don't know how far or deep this project will allow us to go with it, but I'm excited to see reactions to each step of this story. This one is all about setting the pace."

In an interview with Loudwire, Soriano discussed what the album title The Poison Red means. "We were going for a dangerous record that was a very loud call to the alarm," he states. "It’s going to be a very heated, underground driven next five years, I think, in the social world across the board – kids, middle aged, adults all of us are going to be dealing with the same scope of “What the hell is going on?” We’re dealing with it right now and there’s a million underground movements happening everywhere."

Soriano continues, "It’s almost like during the Vietnam War where there were all of these small movements happening, gay rights, peace movements, it’s all happening again and it’s not age specific. For our record, we decided that, that was going to be the basic scope –to not point fingers but to throw flags and let people know what’s going on."

The band will also be supporting Alter Bridge on "The Last Hero" tour. Their first show on the trek is Jan. 24 in Royal Oak, Mich.

2017 Alter Bridge + Nonpoint Tour Dates

1/24 -- Royal Oak, Mich. -- Royal Oak Theatre
1/25 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Riviera Theatre
1/27 -- Sioux City, Iowa -- Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City
1/28 -- North Kansas City, Mo. -- Voodoo Lounge @ Harrah's Kansas City
1/31 -- Niagara Falls, N.Y. -- The Rapids Theater
2/1 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Phoenix Concert Theatre
2/3 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Metropolis
2/4 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Electric Factory
2/7 -- Boston, Mass. -- House of Blues
2/9 -- New York, N.Y. -- Playstation Theater
2/10 -- Silver Springs, Md. -- The Fillmore
2/12 -- Raleigh, N.C. -- The Ritz
2/14 -- Houston, Texas -- House of Blues
2/16 -- Las Vegas, Nev. -- Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
2/18 -- Tempe, Ariz. -- Marquee Theatre
2/19 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- The Wiltern
2/20 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- The Regency Ballroom
2/22 -- Seattle, Wash. -- Moore Theatre