"Conviction", the new video from Florida-based death metal veterans DEICIDE, can be seen below. Directed by David Brodsky and Tim Kellen (Brodsky also handled editing duties while Kellen animated the video) and produced by MyGoodEye LLC, "Conviction" tells the story of frontman Glen Benton and his pursuit of Jesus, claymation-style.
Starting March 1, DEICIDE will be back on tour in North America for their headlining "March Of Death 2012" trek, with support from JUNGLE ROT, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS and LECHEROUS NOCTURNE.
"Conviction" comes off DEICIDE's latest album, "To Hell With God", which sold 2,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD was issued on February 15, 2011 via Century Media Records. It was produced by Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, CHIMAIRA) at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.
DEICIDE's previous CD, "Till Death Do Us Part", opened with 2,900 copies back in May 2008.
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DEICIDE last year completed the "God Is Dead – To Hell With God Tour" with support from BELPHEGOR, BLACKGUARD, NEURAXIS and PATHOLOGY.
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