The Word Alive have been riding high on the success of their second full-length album, 'Life Cycles,' and the Phoenix-based metalcore band is set to continue the 2012 disc's momentum with a recently shot video for the album's title track. In anticipation of the clip's release later this month, the band has teamed up with Loudwire to offer exclusive behind-the-scenes photos of the video shoot.

Regarding the video, singer Tyler 'Telle' Smith tells us, "We chose to go with director Frankie Nasso because he was very passionate about this song in particular. 'Life Cycles' has undoubtedly been one of our most impactive songs for our fans, and we wanted the passion we put into the song to translate into a video. We wanted it to be raw, energetic, and really transparent emotionally. We shot in a huge warehouse with a week's notice for our fans to come out, and they did. It was amazing to see hundreds of our fans lined up before we started shooting, it will definitely be an experience no one involved will ever forget. We hope you enjoy the video, and can't wait to see you singing along at the next show!"

Speaking of the band's shows, the Word Alive are currently in the UK touring with Sleeping WIth Sirens before returning to the States for a series of shows in June. Check out their full itinerary here.

Pick up the Word Alive's 'Life Cycles' album through Fearless Records or iTunes, and check out the exclusive behind-the-scenes photos from the 'Life Cycles' video shoot below:

The Word Alive, Behind the Scenes of 'Life Cycles' Video Shoot: