Oakland, California-based extreme metallers ALL SHALL PERISH played a free show this past Thursday (September 29) at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco. The performance was filmed for the band's upcoming music video for the song "Royalty Into Exile".
Video footage of the concert can be seen below.
ALL SHALL PERISH's fourth full-length album, "This Is Where It Ends", sold around 8,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 50 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "Awaken The Dreamers", opened with 5,000 copies back in 2008 to land at No. 126.
"This Is Where It Ends" was released on July 26 in North America and on July 29 in Europe via Nuclear Blast Records. The majority of the effort was recorded and mixed once again at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland with producer Zack Ohren (LIGHT THIS CITY, DECREPIT BIRTH, SUFFOCATION).
ALL SHALL PERISH was interviewed on a recent edition of the "Metal Zone" show with host Nikki Blakk on the San Francisco, California radio station 107.7 The Bone. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
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