North Carolina metal act Corrision of Conformity formed 30 years ago, and they've just come back with a self-titled album, their first full-length since 2005's In the Arms of God. And now, one of the songs from the new record, "The Moneychangers," has received the video treatment. The clip finds the band - which now consists of Reed Mullin, Woody Weatherman, and Mike Dean, the same lineup that made 1985's much-loved Animosity - jamming in a dingy building as the likes of a SWAT team member and a "businessman" (wink) run around. Watch it all below.
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