Emmure have unveiled the video for the hard-hitting song 'E' from their recently released 'Eternal Enemies' album. It's mainly a performance clip with the band surrounded by adoring fans jamming interspersed with strange images of people wearing masks and the message 'Emmure Is a Cult' flashed on the screen several times.

'Eternal Enemies' is Emmure's sixth studio album, and debuted at No. 57 on the Billboard 200 chart when it was released in April. The song 'Bring a Gun To School' generated controversy, resulting in former guitarist Ben Lionetti calling frontman Frankie Palmeri a 'disgusting human being.'

In a recent interview with Loudwire, Palmeri talked about 'Eternal Enemies:' "How the album came about, well, it was basically a lot of blood, sweat and tears and every cliché thing that people say. There was just a lot of passion that went into the project and we’re really excited about the release. So far our fans are really excited too. We’ll be on tour supporting it all year. I’m just really happy about it."

One of the tours they'll be doing in support of the album is the Mayhem Festival. Palmeri talked about what he learned from doing Mayhem in the past. "I learned that the power of music is strong and that the people that come out in masses is the reason why we do this," he said. "The people who put the tour together is really the story and the fans make it and we’re happy to be back there again this year."