CEPHALIC CARNAGE Complete New Video

CEPHALIC CARNAGE have completed work on the first music video from their new album, "Anomalies". The video, for the album's roll-out single, "Dying Will be the Death of Me", was shot on location in California by director Darren Doane (DEFTONES, NILE) and features the members of CEPHALIC kidnapping "a white belt-wearing mall core kid to teach him a thing or two about good music." The video is expected to make its world premiere imminently.

On the topic of the video's concept, CEPHALIC guitarist Zac Joe comments, "CEPHALIC CARNAGE is intent on cleaning up the scene one metalcore kid at a time...'Dying' will be the death of me."

CEPHALIC CARNAGE just completed a string of U.S. tour dates alongside SHADOWS FALL, TERROR and ZAO in support of "Anomalies". The band will headline the WKDU Spring Band Bash tonight in Philadelphia. CEPHALIC will be joined on the bill by Relapse labelmates DYSRHYTHMIA and Philadelphia natives TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION (ex-BRUTAL TRUTH).

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