unleashed their latest album 'Freedom' in 2013, and now Loudwire is teaming up with the band for the exclusive premiere of the video for their latest single 'Drugs & Alcohol' (watch above).

The clip features the band playing at a house party in a small room packed with people, where everyone's having a great time. The song is an anthemic rocker, a perfect tune for parties like the one in the video.

Regarding the video, guitarist Craig Locicero says, "We wanted to make a video of us with a tight group of friends and fans crammed into a living room house party environment. I can honestly say that was the most fun I've ever had making a video. Real people being real. 'Drugs & Alcohol' is a performance video that hits the nail on the head of fun, excess and the power of SpiralArms!"

SpiralArms released their debut album 'High Society' in 2010, and Locicero says the band has changed since then: “We definitely have evolved. You can hear that all band members are extremely good musicians and even more relaxed and laid-back than before." The latest effort, 'Freedom,' is currently available at iTunes.

Locicero continues, "Young musicians tend to be a little insecure, but these days we feel very confident about ourselves and our music. We write songs which first and foremost have to please ourselves. It’s always an amazing experience that the songs you write for yourself are usually the ones that work best.”

Locicero and Machine Head frontman Robb Flynn have organized a benefit concert tonight (Jan. 17) in Oakland, Calif., to help out their friend Nikki Davis, who was injured and lost her husband in a motorcycle accident. An all-star band with members of Metallica, Slayer, Testament, Exodus, Suicide Silence, Death Angel and Rubble will perform classic Black Sabbath songs.