E.S Day of Abort Magazine recently conducted an interview with frontman Tim Lambesis of the San Diego-based metal band AS I LAY DYING.Download the podcast containing the chat at this location (MP3 file, 8 MB). AS I LAY DYING received a Grammy nomination in the "Best Metal Performance" category for "Nothing Left", the first single from the band's newest release, "An Ocean Between Us". AS I LAY DYING's video for the track "The Sound Of Truth" can be viewed below. The clip, a sequel to the story in the video for "Nothing Left", was filmed in Los Angeles while the band was between tours. It was directed by Brian Thompson.
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