Groove metal outfit Incite are readying the release of their fourth full length effort, Oppression, out April 22 on Minus Head Records. With the track "Stagnant" already leaving a crushing impact, the band is premiering the music video for the hard-hitting bruiser "No Remorse" exclusively with Loudwire (watch above).

Clocking in at under three minutes, "No Remorse" is a tour de force in blistering grooves as frontman Richie Cavalera (stepson of Soulfly's Max Cavalera) barks his way through scornful lyrics. Increasing the intensity, the music video follows veiled attackers (one being Richie's wife, Shonda Mackey Cavalera) as the ladies bludgeon their victims one by one. The first to find themselves at the business end of the blunt force rampage is the frontman, who is subdued by a bat. The women murder each band member, even sending one to his grave via meat tenderizer.

“The video for 'No Remorse' will definitely have viewers on the edge of their seats,” comments Cavalera. “We brought back director Robert Sexton, who always tries to push boundaries, and he surely did on this one. We wanted a video that showcased powerful women killing men and doing it with no remorse. Each member of the band is killed a different way. The video ends with a final bloodbath as all four women hold their kill for the world to see. You’ll definitely watch it over and over again trying to catch all the subtle details in each murder.”

Pre-orders for Oppression can be placed at iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp and fans will receive instant-gratification tracks of "No Remorse" and the previously released "Stagnant."

Incite will be on the road starting April 27 in Las Vegas as they join DevilDriver, Holy Grail and Hemlock on a U.S. run that will take them through June 18, closing out in San Diego, Calif. For a full list of dates, visit our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours. To purchase tickets, click here.

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