All That Remains Address PTSD in New Video “Madness”

By Morgan Brunner

May 2, 2017

All That Remains has had a strong affiliation with the military throughout their career, and their powerful new video for “Madness” is another example,  shedding light on the difficult and painful struggles of soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

The video splits between the band’s chaotic performance in the Oval Office and a soldier having a breakdown in his bedroom, as images from his service appear in a series of flashbacks. The haunting video drives home the heartbreaking effects of those living with the disorder and its impact on those close to the victims.

The soldier in the clip is played by real-life Army Ranger and Benghazi veteran Kris “Tanto” Paronto, who served many deployments throughout South and Central America, the Middle East and North Africa. Among his many heroic missions, he fought for over 13 hours on that 2012 attack in Benghazi, saving over 20 lives.

The end of the video offers several resources to veterans in need of assistance.

Watch the video below now …