Watch Jinjer’s Music Video for “Noah”: “The Future Is Disturbingly Uncertain”

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Ukrainian groove metal quartet Jinjer have dropped yet another devastating music video, this time for Macro‘s standout track “Noah.” The hard-hitting juggernaut with burning vocals from frontwoman extraordinaire Tatiana Shmayluk has an artful audiovisual featuring stormy, tumultuous imagery, drawing the viewer into a parallel universe. Watch it below.


The band’s bassist Eugene Abdukhanov says, “Tatiana wrote ‘Noah’ from the point of view of what if he did not succeed in perpetuating life on earth? Looks like we might find out sooner than we think.”

He continues, “Times are scarier, tougher and stranger than ever. Our/your livelihood and everything we know and cherish are on the verge being swept away by a storm like nothing we’ve faced before. Will we have our own modern day ark? Will we manage to jump onboard in time or has it already set sail? What will be left over after it‘s all said and done? These questions are torturing all of us right now and the future is disturbingly uncertain. But we will survive and will get through this, like we did during so many dark times before. Together. Strong and revitalized with a much better.”

Directed by Oleg Rooz, “Noah” is the fifth single from their chart-topping full-length Macro available now via Napalm Records worldwide.

Jinjer had been scheduled to be on the road with Suicide Silence this spring on the group’s second-ever headlining North American tour, but the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdown of the live music gatherings put those plans on hold. But while in lockdown, Shmayluk and Abdukhanov recently teamed with Suicide Silence drummer Alex Lopez for an quarantine cover of Nirvana’s “Territorial Pissings.”