Jethro Tull recently released a video for “Hammer on Hammer,” the third single off their upcoming 23rd album, RokFlote.
The video features a statue of Thor, the inspiration behind the song. The visual shows the Thor statue nearly getting devoured by a much larger statue of Jormungand and features footage of fighter planes and tanks amid a war-torn landscape.
“Hammer On Hammer takes inspiration from the God Thor, a loyal and honourable warrior who wears a powerful symbolic belt and wields a hammer,” explains Jethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson. “His mortal enemy and nemesis was Jormungand the sea-serpent.”
The RokFlote record, which follows last year’s The Zealot Gene, is scheduled to arrive on April 21 via InsideOutMusic.
The band previously released the songs “Ginnungagap” and “The Navigators” from the forthcoming album.
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