New Zealand death metal/deathcore outfit Depths have dropped a brand new single titled "Blood Keeper." Accompanied by a video from Kiwi director Amber Beaton, the track can be heard below. Beaton comments on the clip: "'Blood Keeper' uses surrealism and patient edits to portray the story that Josh [Bain, vocals] had told me when we first chatted about making this video. It was very personal to him and I didn't want to just make a fast paced performance video of the band playing their instruments because it didn't feel right. In 'Blood Keeper' we find a normal everyday guy being prepared for his unexpected fate. There are two women and a boy representing The Mother, The Wife, The child. But they also represent Life, Death and Time. Anyone who has lost a loved one before their time will understand the helplessness and heartache of witnessing the inertia of their path." Formed a decade ago, Depths have released four albums and toured both nationally and internationally. For more information, check out the band on Facebook.