Set to Nine Inch Nails' song, the dramatic promo video hints at a tense situation among the SAMCRO family.
FX has debuted the first promo for "Sons of Anarchy" season 6, which will premiere in September. Without sharing any actual footage from the upcoming installment, the video hints at a rising tension among the members of SAMCRO as they fight each other in the scene set to Nine Inch Nails "The Mark Has Been Made".
At the end of season 5, Jax and Tara's relationship was strained following her decision to move with her kids to Oregon which was then scrapped when she was arrested for conspiracy to commit murder. Asked about the couple's future, actress Maggie Siff said, "I have no idea," but believed that "their love is an enduring one."
"I don't feel that it's broken yet, but I feel like the end of this season leaves them in a more tenuous place than we've seen them before," she told The Hollywood Reporter. "And a much, much less innocent place, which is very scary."
Siff went on teasing that the upcoming season would be more violent. "None of us feel safe. Everybody on this show is like, Oh god," she told EW with a laugh. "He [Kurt Sutter - creator]'s definitely not afraid to have terrible things happen to the people who are involved in the club. That's one of the consequences of the life, and I think he's really trying to pull the curtain back on that."
"I think we all feel like we're in the homestretch of this series. It's gonna be drawn-out and bloody, but we're all ready for however that plays out."
Fans can expect to get more sneak peeks from the new season at the San Diego Comic-Con, in which the show is set to take part. A panel for the drama series will take place Sunday, July 21 at 3.50-4.30 P.M. in Hall H. Series creator Kurt Sutter and stars like Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Ron Perlman and Maggie Siff are slated to appear.