Shaman's Harvest are delving deeper into their Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns album with their third single, "In Chains," and the song now has an interesting visual interpretation. The band has teamed with Loudwire to exclusively bring you the premiere of their "In Chains" video, as seen above.

The video focuses on a defiant mental patient not exactly ready to take his administered meds and ready to break free of the chains of his mind. Watch as the patient battles his demons and begins a daring escape from the asylum.

Frontman Nathan Hunt tells Loudwire, "[This] was definitely the most interesting shoot location we've done to date. All shot at a haunted fun house. The best part of this video is the director's [Kyle Cogan] unique interpretation of the song."

The bluesy, jangly rocker appears on the band's Smokin' Hearts and Broken Guns album, which dropped in 2014. It follows on the heels of the standout "Dangerous" and the band's intriguing cover of Michael Jackson's "Dirty Diana." If you're interested in picking up the album, it's currently available via Amazon and iTunes.

Look for Shaman's Harvest returning to the road just after the New Year, sharing stages with Hinder during the month of January. Dates can be found here.