"Priests Of Sodom", the new video from Florida-based death metallers CANNIBAL CORPSE, can be viewed below.
Commented bassist Alex Webster: "We had a great time working with [director] Kevin Custer [HATEBREED, TESTAMENT, SUFFOCATION, OVERKILL] on the 'Priests of Sodom' video; he was totally professional and really seemed to understand what to do with our music. He brought a lot of cool new ideas to the table, ideas that may very well make this our most intense video yet."
"Priests Of Sodom"'s lyrics can be found in the Vince Locke-illustrated CANNIBAL CORPSE "Evisceration Plague" 96-page graphic novel, which is still available in VERY limited quantities.
CANNIBAL CORPSE is gearing up to hit the road on the band's first headline run since it appeared on the Hot Topic stage on 2009's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Joining CANNIBAL CORPSE on "The Evisceration Plague Tour" are SKELETONWITCH, LECHEROUS NOCTURNE and 1349 on select dates.
"The Evisceration Plague Tour" kicks off on Tuesday, April 20 in Orlando, Florida and finishes up in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, May 15.
CANNIBAL CORPSE recently completed the the Decimation Of The Nation 2 North American tour with HATEBREED, BORN OF OSIRIS, UNEARTH and HATE ETERNAL.
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