Canadian rockers Slaves on Dope are officially premiering the video for 'Careless Coma' here exclusively on Loudwire. The song is the title track from their forthcoming 'Careless Coma' EP, which is due Nov. 1 via THC Music.

The veteran rockers plan to release their sixth album, tentatively titled 'Over the Influence,' in the spring of 2012 and this past summer released a video for its first single, 'No One to Blame,' which can be seen on the band's official website.

The 'Careless Coma' clip, which was directed by Slaves on Dope bassist Sebastien Ducap, features singer Jason Rockman and the rest of the band rocking out on the vacant streets and sidewalks of an urban setting. Rockman wanders the city carrying a bullhorn, which he uses for the gruff harmonies in the bridge before the chorus.

Slaves on Dope recently unveiled a Twitter account which has been occasionally offering goodies like a stream of the band rehearsing and a live stream of their performance at Montreal's Heavy MTL festival in July. Last month they rocked the stage of the Pop Montreal festival in their Canadian hometown.

The band split up in 2004 with the departure of Rockman, but announced plans to reunite in 2009, although with several personnel changes. Check out this 2009 video clip from the show 'My Music Montreal' featuring Rockman and guitarist Kevin Jardine discussing their reunion.

Watch the Slaves on Dope 'Careless Coma' Video (Premiere)


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