ATREYU Complete 'Her Portrait In Black' Video Shoot

ATREYU have posted the following message on their official web site:

"[Monday] night [Dec. 19] we wrapped shooting a brand new music video for our new song 'Her Portrait in Black'. This new song will appear on the the soundtrack for 'Underworld: Evolution' which is available on Lakeshore Records on January 10th. Expect the video to start airing around that time. So if you want a taste of the new record, 2 months before it comes out, go pick up the soundtrack when it comes out (because the song won't be on our album) and keep an eye out for the video.

"[On Wednesday, Dec. 21] we are putting the final touches on our album, 'A Deathgrip on Yesterday', before we start mixing. Things are sounding great. There is something for everyone on this new record. Needless to say we are very proud of the album."

As previously reported, the follow-up to 2004's "The Curse" was produced by Josh Abraham (VELVET REVOLVER, COURTNEY LOVE) and is scheduled for release on March 28, 2006 via Victory Records. The tentative track listing for the album is as follows (in no particular order):

01. The Theft
02. Ex's and Oh's
03. Our Sick Story (Thus Far)
04. Your Private War
05. Shameful
06. Creature
07. My Fork in the Road (Your Knife in my Back)
08. Untitled Finale
09. We Stand Up

ATREYU's video for "Her Portrait in Black" was directed by Rob Schroeder (THE POSTAL SERVICE, BREAKING BENJAMIN), who teamed up with cinematographer Lukas Ettlin ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning", QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE's "Little Sister", MARILYN MANSON's "Personal Jesus"). Performance footage of ATREYU rocking will be intercut with footage from the movie; the resulting video will match the look of the movie and feature shots from all aspects of the film. ATREYU also plan to debut material on the Taste of Chaos 2006 tour, which is scheduled to begin in February.


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