The Creed frontman released his solo album, Proof of Life, earlier this month and the first single from the disc is up for your scrutiny.

As the title would suggest, 'Slow Suicide' is a testament to Scrapp's struggles with drugs, alcohol and depression. Here's what he had to say about it in an interview with Fuse:

It’s an autobiography exactly as it happened. There’s no embellishment; if anything, it’s toned down from reality. It was a real cathartic experience. I got to see what alcohol and drugs did to me, but I got to see it from a clear place shooting this video. I got to sit back and say, ‘My god, my wife and my family were in the hospital and I looked like that [in real life].’ The other scenarios were all me bringing closure to my life.

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