When it came time to make a video for Trapt's latest single 'End of My Rope', the band went the road less traveled and pulled the footage from their performance at this year's Rock on the Range. You can see all the headbanging, crowd-surfing action right here.

As Trapt released the video for their second single from 'No Apologies', they sat down with Noisecreep to talk about the meaning behind the song. Vocalist Chris Taylor Brown explains:

"The song is about being in a hopeless situation, yet knowing that you need to face it and never give up. Hitting bottom is never the best choice [laughs]. We've all gotta find a way to claw our way out of the holes we find ourselves in."

Brown went on to say the band is currently focusing on writing and have some tour plans for later this year. He also eluded to the possibility of new music from Trapt very soon. Check out the extremely letterboxed video for 'End of My Rope'.