BLOODSHOTEYE: 'Lock & Load' Live Video Available

Canadian metallers BLOODSHOTEYE have released a live video on their MySpace page for the track "Lock & Load" off their latest release, "An Unrelenting Assault" (Galy). Shot and edited by Justin McConnell of Unstable Ground Productions, the video features live performances captured throughout last year in Ontario and Quebec.

"Lock & Load" will be featured on the upcoming compilation CD from Crime Clothes, "Metal Murder League Vol 1", due out on May 4 via Crash Music. Other bands scheduled to appear include 40 BELOW SUMMER, BLACK MARKET HERO and 3 MILE SCREAM.

As previously reported, BLOODSHOTEYE will be direct support on DYING FETUS' Canadian tour in June, along with Galy labelmates COVENANCE. Final dates are being booked now and will be announced shortly.


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