ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY Premieres Video From New Record

ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY has debuted the first video, for the track "Words of the Dying Man", from its forthcoming record, "Open Fire", exclusively at www.singingfool.com. The video was shot in the band's hometown of Richmond, VA with local creative collective Day By Day (LAMB OF GOD, MUNICIPAL WASTE) and features the band rocking a Richmond house party with members of GWAR, MUNICIPAL WASTE, BROWN SABBATH, RPG, and many more.

ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY recently announced its first U.S. tour in support of "Open Fire". The trek will kick-off on March 8 in Raleigh, NC and includes the band's fifth South by Southwest (SXSW) performance at the annual Relapse Records SXSW Showcase in Austin, TX on March 15 at Room 710.

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