Watch new videos for Imagine Dragons’ “Symphony” & Jerry Cantrell’s “Prism of Doubt”

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Imagine Dragons and Alice in ChainsJerry Cantrell have both premiered new videos.

Dan Reynolds and company have shared a clip for the song “Symphony,” which appears on ID’s 2022 double album, Mercury — Acts 1 & 2. The pink-tinged visual features live footage of the “Radioactive” outfit performing “Symphony” — complete with Reynolds playing a saxophone — alongside design flourishes reflective of the song’s message.

Cantrell, meanwhile, has debuted the video for “Prism of Doubt,” a track off his 2021 solo album, Brighten. The animated clip is populated entirely by dolls, most of whom are on fire due to an incoming comet. When an astronaut goes into space to save everyone, he’s captured by an alien civilization and is revealed to be the “Chosen One” who will save humanity, thus inspiring a doll orgy.

While it’s not quite on Team America: World Police levels of NSFW, we wouldn’t necessarily characterize the video as SFW.

You can watch both the “Symphony” and the “Prism of Doubt” videos streaming now on ID and Cantrell’s respective YouTube channels.

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