Scar the Martyr have just unleashed a new music video for 'Soul Disintegration,' the second single released from the band's debut self-titled album. The newest side project of Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison has been going strong since its inception earlier this year, and the 'Soul Disintegration' video adds yet another layer to the band's public introduction.

Along with Jordison, who also played bass on the band's debut full-length, Scar the Martyr formed with ex-Strapping Young Lad guitarist Jed Simon, former Darkest Hour guitarist Kris Norris, former Nine Inch Nails drummer Chris Vrenna on keyboards and Lilitu singer Henry Derek on vocals. The current touring lineup is slightly different, including Joey Blush on keyboards and Kyle Konkiel on bass and backing vocals.

We exclusively premiered Scar the Martyr's music video for 'Blood Host,' the band's first official single, but they've now added a second installment to their videography. The 'Soul Disintegration' video isn't as dark as the title may suggest, instead showcasing clips of characters running, biking and skateboarding to a common location before being picked up by a man in a flatbed truck. After reaching a certain point, they all jump out and scramble through the woods to attend a mysterious Scar the Martyr show set in the middle of nowhere. Despite access amounts of dust and pollen, the concert attendees are able to stave off allergy attacks for long enough to enjoy Scar the Martyr's performance.

There is a bit of a twist at the end, but we won't spoil it for you.

Check out Scar the Martyr's new video for 'Soul Disintegration' above!