Four Year Strong Celebrate 10 Years Of ‘Rise Or Die Trying’ With New “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Hell” Music Video

In support of their current tour celebrating 10 years of their acclaimed album Rise Or Die Trying, easycore maestros Four Year Strong have just dropped an excellent new music video for their classic track “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Hell” – which yes, is taken off the aforementioned LP Rise Or Die Trying

Featuring tour and labelmate Chris LoPorto (who may or may not look like It’s Always Sunny In Philaphelipha main character Charlie Kelly), the new clip is a retro-filmed feature starring LoPorto versus life’s archenemy, Death. In regards to why the band chose to do a new music video for a track 10 years old, guitarist/vocalist Alan Day explained it was all about giving their second full-length some love.         

“When the Rise or Die ten year [anniversary] was coming up, we wanted to make a video for an old song,” says Day. “Coming up for a video concept for a song we’ve been playing for so long, like “Men” is hard to do. So we enlisted our buddy Marlon Brandope and Michael Higgs, who did the ‘Who Cares?’ video to help us out. We’re stoked on it and hope you are too!”

To check out the awesome new video, be sure to look below. Afterwards, to see Four Year Strong and Can’t Swim out on tour together, head here.