DEICIDE: 'Scars Of The Crucifix' Reissue DVD Clip Available

On August 25 in Europe and September 2 in the U.S., Earache Records will reissue "Scars Of The Crucifix", the classic 2004 album from Floridian death metal legends DEICIDE, as part of the Earache Classic Series.

"Scars Of The Crucifix" is due to be reissued with a bonus DVD, featuring a never-before-seen live show filmed in Nottingham, UK in 2003. "Scars Of The Crucifix" was the last DEICIDE album with guitarists Brian and Eric Hoffman, and this exclusive DVD will be the first and only official DVD release to feature the brothers!

Check out a clip taken from the DVD of DEICIDE performing their track "Lunatic Of God's Creation" below.

DEICIDE's latest album, "Till Death Do Us Part", sold 2,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It is the follow-up to "The Stench of Redemption", which registered a first-week tally of 4,000 back in 2006.


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