The 45-year-old rapper shared a teaser for his upcoming "Framed" video, which shows him hiding away inside a house where it appears to have multiple people murdered. The 30-second clip begins with a reporter named Stan Dresden at the scene of the crime, detailing the night's events.
"Reporting live, Channel 8 News, here at the scene of the crime," he says. "It's been a terrifying two weeks in the city of Detroit after Marshall Mathers, professionally known as Eminem, escaped from an asylum. As we know right now, he is barricaded inside of that home right behind me."
The clip also features vivid cuts to Eminem in the asylum with pills, needles and going mad.
"Framed" is off his latest album, Revival, which also features the track "Castle," in which he recalls a near overdose death.
The song features three letters dedicated to his now 21-year-old daughter, Hailie. In one, dated Christmas Eve, 2007, he writes about his drug addiction and laments over using her name so much in his raps, "A lot's happened in between them since I rised to this fame/ I've said your name but always tried to hide your face."
"And if things should worsen, don't take this letter I wrote," he tells her. "As a goodbye note, 'cause your dad's at the end of his rope."
For more on Eminem's recent music, including "Walk on Water" featuring Beyonce, watch below.