SycAmour are ready to break out with their new album 'Indulgence: A Saga of Lights' and the band is exclusively unveiling the video for 'We're in Hell' right here at Loudwire.

The video, directed by Brandan Lee Keller, is actually more of a horrific short film which contains some pretty graphic imagery. The plot centers on a seemingly normal dinner party that's interrupted by a home invasion with the intruders breaking the monotonous life of those they've taken captive by making them feel using violent and extreme means.

Speaking about the song, frontman Jeremy Gilmore tells Loudwire, "'We're in Hell' is about feeling and circumstance. Struggling with reality is a universal human characteristic and one that we can unify under. 'Nobody wants to be a rose' ties in to the notion that we are playing the cards we are dealt. Within the universe of 'Indulgence,' 'We're in Hell' depicts one faction's idea of educating the citizens of The Metro on the finer points of what it means to feel."

If you like what you hear, you pick up SycAmour's 'Indulgence: A Saga of Lights' album via iTunes or pick up a bundle package at the band's online merch store. The album drops Sept. 2 via Hopeless Records.

SycAmour are currently on tour in support of the 'Indulgence: A Saga of Lights' album. See where they're playing here.